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Giorno della memoria

Sabato, 5 agosto 2017, nella Chiesa russa di Santa Caterina a Roma, è stato ricordato il Giorno della memoria dei serbi cacciati e sfollati durate l’operazione “Oluja” (“Tempesta”).

La comunità serba di Roma ha partecipato alla Sacra Liturgia celebrata dall’Arciprete StavroforRaskoRadovic, in seguito alla quale si è tenuta una Cerimonia commemorativa per i serbi cacciati e sfollati nell’operazione “Oluja” e per tutti le vittime innocenti cadute nei conflitti degli anni Novanta.

Alla Liturgia e alla Cerimonia commemorativa erano presenti i rappresentanti della diaspora serba e i membri dell’Associazione – Comunità religiosa “Sveti Sava”, insieme al personale delle Ambasciate della Repubblica di Serbia presso il Quirinale e la Santa Sede.

Ricordiamo che nell’operazione “Oluja” (anno 1995), in un’azione congiunta dell’Esercito croato e della Polizia croata, e sotto gli occhi della Comunità internazionale, più di 220.000 persone sono state mandate via dai loro secolari focolari domestici, ovvero dalle aree in Croazia abitate dall’etnia serba quali Dalmazia settentrionale, Lika, Banija e Kordun , le quali erano sotto la tutela delle Nazioni Unite.

Il Centro documentale e informatico “Veritas”ha redatto una banca dati delle vittime e tra 1.853 nominativi dei serbi caduti e scomparsi i 1.202 risultano civili, vale a dire il 65%. IlSrpskoNarodnoVijece” (“Consiglio popolare serbo”)  ha preparato una presentazione sul web la quale mostra tutti i fatti riguardo alla cacciata dei serbi nel 1995 : http://snv.hr/oluja-u-haagu


Official visit to the Republic of Serbia of the Grand Hospitaller of the Order of Malta

Belgrade,  December 8th 2016
Following the invitation of H.E. Zlatibor Lončar, Minister of Health of the Republic of Serbia, to an official visit to Belgrade, the Grand Hospitaller of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, H.E. Prince Dominique de la Rochefocauld-Montbel arrived today at the Capital’s airport, welcomed by the Assistant to the Minister of Health, Dr. Zoran Mihailovic, and by the Ambassador of the Order, Alberto di Luca.


The event is a matter of the utmost importance and significance, since it has been the first official visit to Serbia of a member of the Goverment of the Order, witnessing the advantageous development of relations and bilateral cooperation.


The meeting between the two Ministers has taken place at Palace Serbia, seat of the Government, in a friendly atmosphere, with the reciprocal purpose of studying in deep, various topics of common interest.

  


In the colloquy, Minister Zlatibor Lončar, expressed to the Grand Hospitaller Dominique de la Rochefoucauld-Montbel the  gratitude of the Government for the various humanitarian, hospital and social activities achieved in recent years in Serbia by the Embassy of the Order of Malta, with particular reference to the successful project “Make a WISH to the Sovereign Order of Malta” – largely resonant with the Country’s media- accomplished in 2015 and 2016, and already planned for 2017, involving hundreds of young men and ladies who saw their desires fulfilled.


Equal appreciation was expressed for the work of the volunteers of the Order, coordinated by the German Malteser International and by the Hungarian Melitense Association in favour of the ill and elderly, and in recent times refugees from the Middle Eastern countries in the proximity of the Hungarian border.


The Grand Hospitaller and the Minister, have further discussed, according to the experience of recent years, the possibility of improvements to the current text of the bilateral Humanitarian Agreement with the purpose of adapting it to the most recent necessities, and making it more effective for their resolution.


A lunch for the delegation of the sovereign Order of Mlata, was given by the State Secretary Vladimir Djukić.


The visit of the Grand Hospitalier was continued to the Palace of Government, with a meeting with H.E. Aleksandar Vulin, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy, regarding various issues and projects of social interest that will be undertaken by both parties.


H.E. the Grand Hospitaller, at the conclusion of his working day in Belgrade, reached the seat of the Embassy of the Order where he presided over a meeting with Ambassador di Luca and his staff, and later received the visit of His Holiness’ Apostolic Nuncio, H.E. Rev. Mons. Luciano Suriani and the catholic Archbishop of Belgrade H.E. Rev. Mons. Stanislav Hocevar.


MFA I. Dacic received newly appointed Apostolic Nuncio

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic received today a courtesy call from the newly-appointed Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See to the Republic of Serbia, Archbishop Luciano Suriani.

Minister Dacic welcomed Nuncio Suriani and expressed satisfaction with good bilateral relations between the two states, as evidenced by the intensified high-level dialogue. The Minister expressed his thanks for the principled position of the Holy See regarding non-recognition of the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo and the dedication to the preservation of the Christian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija.

In the talks, both sides noted the interest to further promote their cooperation and stressed the importance of continuing the ecumenical dialogue.
 


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