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VIDEO CONFERENCE ON SPORT COOPERATION BETWEEN SERBIA AND IRAN

Ambassador Dragan Todorovic participated in Video conference on sport cooperation between Serbia and Iran that was held at the Ministry of Sport and Youth of Iran on Monday. The organizers were the Ministry of Sport and Youth of Iran and the Sport Academy from Belgrade. After the national anthems, the conference was opened by Assistant Minister of Education and Technological Development Bojan Tubic and Assistant Minister of Sport and Youth of Iran Ali Nezad. In Belgrade were also present Leon Lukman, founder of the Sport Academy, Siniša Jasnić, President of the Sport Academy`s Council, Zoran Gajić, President of the Volleyball Federation of Serbia, Ivan Ćurković, Honorary President of Partizan and member of the Sport Academy, Dejan Burčul, President of the Taekwondo Federation of Serbia, Viktor Jelinić , President of the Waterpolo Federation of Serbia, as well as Iranian Ambassador to Belgrade Rashid Hassanpur. In Tehran, in addition to the mentioned Assistent Minister, were present Ferzad Tahmasbi, Director General for International Relations of the Ministry of Sport and Youth, as well as  presidents of the Taekwondo Federation, the Volleyball Federation, the Swimming and Water Polo Federationof Iran and Ambassador Dragan Todorovic.
Sport and educational cooperation between the two countries was discussed. It was stated that good political relations between Serbia and Iran have contributed to good sport cooperation, but also that sport ties that have existed for a long time and have a rich tradition are a significant contribution to the overall Serbian-Iranian relations. Serbia could train the Iranian side in several sports in which Serbia is successful - handball, tennis, athletics, waterpolo, but also in organizing courses in these and other sports. There is a willingness to exchange coaches, and from the Iranian side coud be provide adequate assistance in sports in which Iran is at the top, such as taekwondo, karate, wrestling, etc. The great contribution of Serbian volleyball experts was emphasized, which led to the fact that Iran is today at the very top of the world in this sport. In addition, it was agreed that the two sides would invite each other to seminars and all other events related to sports, as well as to strengthen mutual support in international sport organizations and committees. Some of sports where our help for female competitors would be especially important, such as volleyball, were pointed out, and satisfaction was expressed that our waterpolo coach Aleksandar Ciric improved the level of Iranian waterpolo. At the end, both ambassadors also spoke. It was pointed out that there is a ready document on the cooperation between the two ministries, as well as the one on the cooperation of basketball federations.

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OPEN CALL FOR THE CO-FINANCING OF PROJECTS FOR THE TRANSLATION OF REPRESENTATIVE WORKS OF SERBIAN LITERATURE INTO FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN 2021.

The Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia has announced a competition for co-financing projects in the field of translating representative works of Serbian literature abroad in 2021. The competition is open from January 19 to March 9, 2021. The text of the competition with application forms can be found on the website of the Ministry of Culture and Information www.kultura.gov.rs

 


VISIT OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE IRANIAN MEDIA GROUP TO THE EMBASSY

Dr. Kazem Zade and Mohamed Arabi visited the Embassy.  The first one is Editor of the "Common Heritage" program in the media group Jam Jam, and M. Arabi is Director of the cultural editorial office in the mentioned media group. The talks were about cooperation between this well-known Iranian media group, which mainly deals with culture, cultural heritage, but also other issues such as health (Radio selamat) and the Embassy. All potential aspects of cooperation are presented. From our side, Ambassador informed them about the most important activities that have been realized so far in the field of culture, both in Tehran and in Belgrade. It was agreed to define very soon a concrete plan of the program of future cooperation, and also, very soon in one of their radio stations will be organized talks about certain topics in the field of culture and cultural heritage. It was stated that the coronavirus pandemic slowed down not only this form of cooperation, but all aspects of life in the whole world, and since Dr. Kazem Zade was also Director of Radio Selamat (Radio Health), the opportunity was used to convey part of President of Serbia Mr. Aleksandar Vučić`s presentation regarding what has been done in Serbia in the fight against COVID 19. They were informed about the beginning of vaccination in Serbia, vaccines that the country procured, hospitals that were renovated or built (for the Covid system), and it was emphasized that Serbia has the smallest mortality rate in the region, thanks to timely measures and good organization in the fight against the pandemic. 

 


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