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Sretenje, National day of the Republic of Serbia

15th of February 2017

Sretenje, National day of the Republic of Serbia was formally celebrated at the Embassy.


H.E. Mr Saša Obradović presented the Letter of Credence to the President of Finland

17th January 2017

The appointed Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Republic of Finland, H.E. Sasa Obradovic presented his Letter of Credence to the President of the Republic of Finland Mr Sauli Niinistö,  in a formal audience at the Presidential Palace.

 

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Anual celebration of Serbian-Finish Society

4th of February, 2017.

Employees of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Helsinki attended the traditional anual celebration of Serbian-Finish society in Helsinki.


Slavic Centre of the Department of Modern Languages students at the University of Helsinki, marked the Day of Saint Sava

27th of January 2017

On the thematic lecture during this occasion, which was attended by the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Republic of Finland, HE Saša Obradović, the students in the Serbian language, performed a hymn to St. Sava.

HE Ambassador Saša Obradović, gave a lecture on St. Sava, its multiple significance in Serbian history, with special emphasis on his work of enlightenment.


Registering in military records

24th January 2017

Registering in military records


Registering boys who will turn 18 this year in the military records has begun during January. A general request for registration in the military records has been made to boys born in 1999 and older, who have not been registered in the military records yet for some reason, to come to the centres of the Ministry of Defence in their towns and fulfil that legal obligation. One should bring ID card or in case they do not have it, some other public document which can serve as proof of identity.

Boys who reside abroad should exercise their right and fulfil the legal obligation in the closest embassy or consulate in the country of residence.

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