Two centuries of Serbian diplomacy
The Museum of Serbian Diplomacy opened Wednesday in Belgrade, with Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic saying that diplomatic efforts have greatly improved Serbia's image in the world.
The museum which presents two centuries of Serbian diplomacy opened at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the presence of Tadic and Jeremic, former deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic and Minister of Culture Predrag Markovic. The ceremony was also attended by members of the diplomatic corps, representatives of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic and directors of the Serbian and Yugoslav archives, the National Library and other institutions which actively participated in preparing the exhibit.
In his address, Jeremic said Serbia still had four foreign policy priorities: EU integration, resolving the Kosovo issue, regional cooperation and economic diplomacy.
Summarizing the achievements and activities of Serbian diplomacy throughout history, Jeremic said Serbia was once again visible and active in the international arena and acted as host to major international events, such as the NonAligned Movement Summit last year or the OSCE Summit in 2015. He expressed belief Serbia would be successful on its European path and noted that for the first time in history, an issue such as Kosovo was only being solved through peaceful means.