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Information on floods



Dear friends,

A huge disaster has affected our Serbia. The largest flood in the last one hundred and twenty years has left tens of thousands of people without anything. Unfortunately, many people lost their lives. Consequences of this natural disaster are comparable with consequences of the most frightful wars. In this moment, we are asking your help because children are left without food and clothing, the elderly are without drugs, people are making efforts to eke out a bare existence. Furthermore, there is a threat of infectious diseases. This disaster that happened represents just an introduction to a potentially larger tragedy because troubles always come double.

In this moment, there is the most urging need for baby food, mattresses, beddings, folding beds, diapers for children and adults, socks, underclothes, children clothing, battery lamps, toiletries (soup, toilet paper, paper napkins, tooth brushes and toothpaste), rubber boots, disinfectant and hygiene products as well as other vast range of products that can save life of tens of thousands of people in need.

If you have a possibility and are willing to help citizens of Serbia, it can be done in following ways:

1. Cash payment in the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Istanbul or payments in Turkish lira to a special account opened by the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Ankara. Payment instructions are as follows:



Beneficiary’s account number: 1685 – 7560881 – 351

Beneficiary’s IBAN number: TR58 0013 4000 0075 6088 1000 05

Currency code: TRY

2. Direct payment to the foreign currency account of the Government of the Republic of Serbia. See http://www.mfa.rs/uplata_deviza.pdf for payment instructions. 3. “PayPal” payments – floodrelief.gov.rs . This account belongs to the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels and proceeds paid to the PayPal account will be directly transferred to the special account of the Government of the Republic of Serbia opened for the assistance for the removal of consequences of the emergency situation - floods.

4. In-kind donations – in-kind donations can be directly delivered to the General Consulate of the Republic of Serbia in Istanbul, on the following address: 23 Temmuz sokak, no. 8, Esentepe, 34419 Şişli, Istanbul. In case you want to deliver in-kind donations directly to Serbia on your own, please address the General Consulate in order to obtain all required documents and instructions in terms of transportation. Contact person: Filip Šanović, tel: 0530 641 78 32

5. Drug donations – please contact the General Consulate in order to obtain further instructions.

In case you have any additional information please contact Filip Šanović, tel: 0530 641 78 32

We would like to thank you in advance for your understanding of the situation in which the entire Serbia stood as one.

Istanbul 19 May 2014

Consul General

Zoran Marković



The promotion of the Turkish edition of the novel Via Roman by Vuk Draskovic

The promotion of the Turkish edition of the novel Via Romana by Vuk Draskovic was organized in the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Istanbul on the 17th June. The promotion was organized together with the record company Kapi Yayinlari and it was attended by journalists from the Turkish Cultural editorial print media, as well as two TV stations. On this occasion Minister V. Draskovic expressed the hope that the Via Romana gain readership like in Serbia, adding that our common history linked our language, culture, nature and traditions. He said that "this is the reason why, Turkish TV series and movies are perspective not only in Serbia but also in the entire Balkan region, which for several centuries was part of the great Ottoman Empire. We combine our hostility, our ignorance and misconceptions. We know each other and interconnected more than we are willing to admit. "
Previously, organized at the initiative of the owner of the above mentioned publishing house, Minister V. Draskovic and Z.Marković are invited to a lunch with businessmen in the region of Tekirdag, to the University of Namik Kemal, where was organized a meeting of Minister V. Draskovic with the Turkish president A.Gul.

Annual meeting of the representatives of associations of Dernek

Traditional annual meeting followed by working breakfast was organized in Istanbul on June 1, 2014 by the Association of Dernek in Turkey. Respective representatives of associations of Dernek from areas of Istanbul, Bursa and Izmir were on the meeting. The meeting was also attended by Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Rasim Ljajic, the Consul General of the Republic of Serbia in Istanbul Mr. Zoran Marković, as well as the mayors of Novi Pazar, Tutin and Sjenice. Among the representatives from the Turkish side were Minister of Health of Turkey Mr. Mehmet Muezinoglu and Mayor of Bayrampasa Mr. Atila Aydiner. DPM Mr. Rasim Ljajić, addressing the meeting, thanked for the assistance that the emigrant community addressed the victims of floods in the Republic of Serbia. He reiterated the call to invest more in the Republic of Serbia and putting all efforts into the deepening of good relations between the two countries. The meeting was used to review the past activities of associations, the problems they face and the opportunities for further deepening cooperation with mother land and Consulate General

Study visit of delegation of the Belgrade City Library to Istanbul

Delegation of Belgrade City Library carried out a study visit to Istanbul from 25 until 30 May, 2014. During the visit they had a number of important meetings with the Turkish libraries based in Istanbul. In discussions with their Turkish colleagues, Serbian delegation agreed to further cooperation and exchange of researchers that will as believed contribute to further deepening bilateral cooperation in this field as well as to better understanding of the common history through the study of library material.

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