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Delegation headed by the Serbian MP Dragan Marković Palma visited Hurghada

April 23th, Red Sea Governor General Ahmed Abdullah received a Serbian delegation in Hurghada's airport headed by member of the Serbian parliament and president of political party Jedinstvena Srbija Mr. Dragan Markovic Palma where they had a several meetings considering cooperation between the two countries in the fields of tourism and economy.

Serbian MP Dragan Markovic Palma stressed the need to strengthen the Egyptian-Serbian relations especially in the field of economy during a meeting with businessman Mr. Tarik Naser, brother of former President of Egypt Gаmal Abdel Naser.

Naser and Sisi in the Museum of Wax Figures

Two wax figures were added to the collection of the Museum of Wax Figures in Jagodina namely the former and the current presidents of the Arab Republic of Egypt Gamal Abdel Naser and Abdelfattah El Sisi.

The ceremony of the mounting of the aforementioned figures was attended by the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Ivica Dačić, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Serbia Mr. Amr Aljowaili and the grandson of the former Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito, Mr. Joška Broz.
The guests were hosted by the President of the Municipal Assembly of City of Jagodina and MP Mr. Dragan Marković Palma, and Mayor Ratko Stevanović.
The author of the figures is sculptor from Belgrade Mr. Branislav Crvenković with his team.

" Burulos art for population" in Cairo

Under the auspices of the UN PD mission in Cairo, Andrej Zekić presented his work of murals titled "Burulos art for population" in Cairo. The murals inspired by Egypt and its culture gave the opportunity to Serbian artist to paint portraits of ordinary people.
Murals was exhibited at the Heliopolis buildings  in Cairo and expressed the long-lasting deep and friendly relations between the Serbian and Egyptian people. The representatives of the Embassy of Republic of Serbia attended the opening of murals, provided the necessary assistance and hosted Mr. Zekić.


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