Belgrade, Palace of Serbia, December 1st
The State Secretary of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Affairs of Serbia, dr. Nenad Ivanisevic, and Mr. Lajos Györi-Dani the President of the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta have signed on Thursday, December 1st, the Protocol of general cooperation for migration and refugee assistance.
“The Protocol for Cooperation has for objective to provide assistance to migrants who find themselves on the territory of Serbia, in an organized and socially appropriate manner, in accordance with Serbia’s policy” said State Secretary Ivanisevic, after the signing ceremony, stating that the protocol includes, in addition to financial support, the sharing of the experiences of other regions where migrants are taken care off.
State Secretary Ivanisevic expressed his satisfaction that the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta has decided to provide assistance to migrants in Serbia, and that the Protocol is an example of successful cooperation through the implementation of joint activities between government institutions and organizations of the Order of Malta.
The President of the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta Mr. Lajos Győri-Dani, said that the signing of the Protocol is an important event between the Order of Malta and Serbia, intended to boost the development of bilateral relations and activities of the Order in this crucial area for Europe’s future.