The Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM) – The Plenary Assembly

Bucharest, February 15 and 16

The work of the 12th Plenary Assembly of the PAM (Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean) is concluded in Bucharest.

Among the most relevant and interesting speeches was the one presented by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Libya, H.E. Mohamed T. H. Syala who has outlined a lucid picture of the migration phenomenon on the two shores of the Mediterranean, also in reference to the institutional and political stabilization efforts of his country.

Medical device for the Institution St. Petka in Izvor

February 8, 2018, St. Petka,

Center for women with disabilities in Izvor. In January, the Management of the Center has informed the Embassy in Belgrade about their “WISH”, necessary and urgent: an oxygen concentrator, indispensable for better medical treatment of 92 protegès, which lacked among medical devices in this Center – run with affection by Orthodox nuns.

Make a WISH to the Order of Malta 2018

Initiative in favour of Serbian children with difficult pathologies

The Order of Malta has the millenium old history of assistance to the poor, the weak and the sick. In Serbia the Embassy of the Sovereign Order in Belgrade, has promoted various humanitarian initiatives together with programmes of instruction and formation.
The parents and the medical staff, giving assistance to children carrying difficult pathologies that require special treatment or in need of surgery that requires significant and rare skills, during the year 2018, have the possibility of informing the Embassy of the Order of Malta in Belgrade of their situation and their needs.

Reunion of young Catholics from all over Serbia

Belgrade, Oct. 7th, 2017

The Archdiocese of Belgrade has organized a reunion of young Catholics from all over Serbia in the capital.
“Bringing our youth together is very important – said H.E. Rev. Mons. Stanislav Hocevar, the Archbishop of Belgrade – because they live in specific circumstances as part of different ethnic minorities: Hungarian, Croat, Albanian, Ukrainian, Slovak, Check, Slovenian and Bulgarian, and are practically dispersed among the Serbian orthodox majority“.