14 June 2019 The Chairman of the Committee on the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region in meeting with the senior students of Nevesinje primary school
Friday, 14 June 2019 07:40
Diaspora and Serbs in the Region Committee Chairman Meets with Nevesinje Primary School Senior Students
The Chairman of the Committee on the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region Miodrag Linta welcomed the students of “Risto Prorokovic” Primary School, winners of the Vuk Karadzic Diploma who were awarded as the best senior students by a tour of Serbia, organized by the Association of Nevesinje People in Belgrade.
Miodrag Linta said that these projects are very important for our whole society, that it is very important that the young people of the Republic of Srpska learn about the sites of Serbia, adding that it is vital to strengthen the national, cultural and spiritual unity of our people.
MPs Milimir Vujadinovic and Aleksandar Cotric also addressed the guests, congratulating them and highlighting the importance of maintaining their ties with Serbia.
They also spoke about connecting the school and student organizations of the Republic of Srpska and the Republic of Serbia, speeding up the process of getting Serbian citizenship and the positive sides of studying in Serbia for students from the Republic of Srpska.
The meeting was also attended by Zoran Janjic of the Association of Nevesinje People in Belgrade, at whose initiative the students were awarded the tour of Serbia. The faculty of “Risto Prorokovic” Primary School thanked Janjic, stressing the importance of these visits.
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