This year, the Embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Belgrade, is organizing its National Day in the National Assembly of Serbia. This will be the occasion to inaugurate the photographic exhibition “Sovereign Order of Malta – 900 years at the service of the poor and the sick.“
Archbishop Hocevar, at the conclusion of his speech, affectionately commented the book and the exhibition on Constantine, in the Royal Palace in Milan
The “Centro Studi Grande Milano”, organized in collaboration with the Embassy of the Order of Malta in Belgrade, an event in regards to the “Edict of Milan”. The speakers invited by the “Centro Studi Grande Milano”, were Father Roberto Ferrari, Convent of Sant ‘Angelo, Franco D’Alfonso, Councillor for Commerce of the City of Milan, Archbishop Pier Francesco Fumagalli, Vice Prefect of the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Marcello Racchini, Philologist, and for the final speech, H.E. Rev. Msgr. Archbishop Stanislav Hocevar. The evening ended with a Christmas concert with the Tenor from La Scala Giuseppe Veneziano and deputy organist of the Cathedral of Milan, Alessandro Laciacera.
The evening of solidarity was dedicated to the youth humanitarian mission managed by the Archbishop of Belgrade.
from left. Professor Gemma Sena Chiesa, curator of the exhibition at the Palazzo Reale, the Chairman of the Study Centre Grande Milano, Dr. Daniela Mainini, H.E. Archbishop Stanislav Hocevar and Ambassador Alberto di Luca
The Ambassador Alberto di Luca, has been received by the President of the municipality Savski Venac, Dusan Dincic, to be updated on Nurdor ‘s project Doctor’s Tower. The cordial meeting highlighted the important upcoming deadlines. By December 10 all offers must be received, in order to appoint, by the end of the year, the successful tenderer.
President of the municipality Savski Venac, Dusan Dincic with Ambassador Alberto di Luca
Belgrade, November 9th 2012
The Ambassador Danilo Vucetic has received, at the Ministry of foreign affairs, the Ambassador Alberto di Luca to finalize the last details before signing the humanitarian aid agreement.
Confirmed Transport Minister in the new Government of Serbia, Ing. Milutin Mrkonjić, received in the Ministry, in an atmosphere of renewed and warm friendship, Ambassador Alberto di Luca, with whom he discussed various aspects of the increasingly intense relations between Serbia and the Order of Malta.
Mr Mrkonjić reiterated his commitment in the Government in order to reach as soon as possible the definition of bilateral Health Cooperation, within the framework of which there are relevant aspects of facilities in the transport of humanitarian aid.
Finally, Mr Mrkonjić and Amb. di Luca, in view of the celebrations -in 2013- the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, and the 900th anniversary of the recognition of the sovereignity of the Order by Pope Pasquale II, have called for the establishment of a Postal Agreement to solemnize with a mutual issue special stamp.
H.E. the Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Order of Malta, Fra’ Matthew Festing, during a solemn ceremony in the Palazzo Magistrale, has conferred on H.E. Vladeta Janković, Serbia’s Ambassador at the Sovereign Order, knighthood Grand Cross of the Order of Merit in recognition of his high merit throughout its illustrious and highly appreciated diplomatic mission.