The Central event that marked the celebration of the Day of the Archive of Serbia was the signing of the Protocol on the Coooperation between the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Ministry of Culture and the Archive of Serbia, according to which the Archive of Serbia is to offer its professional support to the Serbian Orthodox Church in order to safeguard and put order into the archives of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
The Promotion of the "Days Made of Fear" Project which was brought into being with the blessing of His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Pavle, will be held at 3 o'clock p.m. on Friday, the 14th of December, at the Serbian Patriarchate Court in Belgrade (5 Kralja Petra St). The Project comprises eight documentary movies bearing the common title "Days Made of Fear" and is dedicated to the humanitarian catastrophe and the suffering of th e Serbian and non-Albanian population in Kosovo and Metohija from 1998 to present date.
Athens, December 2007
His Eminence Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Coastlands, Amfilohije, together with priest Rev. Gajo Gajic, visited the head of the Greek Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Christodoulos, Archbishop of Athens and All Greece. The vistit took place in Athens and with the blessing of His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Pavle.
On Friday, November 30, 2007, the Ministry for Kosovo and Metohija is organizing a Round Table on «THE SERBIAN SPIRITUAL HERITAGE OF KOSOVO AND METOHIJA AND ITS PLACE IN EUROPEAN CULTURE», to be held at the Annex Room of the «Sava Center» in Belgrade.
The Patriarchate of Peć, a complex of medieval sacral edifices near the Kosovo town of Peć, next to the Bistrica River at the mouth of the Rugovska Klisura canyon, is one of the most significant monuments of Serbian history.
The monasterial complex includes four churches and a series of other edifices built in the 13th and 14th centuries. The founders of some of the churches were the notable Archbishops Arsenije I, Nikodim I and Danilo II.
The one-hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary of the birth of great Serbian and world scientist Nikola Tesla was marked in Belgrade, throughout Serbia, in his native Smiljan, but also elsewhere in the world: in Graz, Niagara Falls...
By Zlatica Ivković
There have been few scientists among the world's greats who obliged mankind as much as Tesla. He has a special place because his inspirational inventions will remain forever part of our civilization. A man for all time and an "electricity genius" - this was Nikola Tesla, said Serbian Arts and Sciences Academy (SANU) President Dr Nikola Hajdin at the opening of the central event held on the occasion of marking the one-hundred-fiftieth anniversary of birth of Nikola Tesla at Belgrade Sava Convention Hall on July 10, 2006. On the same morning of the anniversary of one of the greatest minds and a man of the world, at Belgrade airport that bears the great man's name, a monument - work of Darinka Radovanović - devoted to him was unveiled by Mining and Energy Supply Minister Radomir Naumov. Distinguished guests that attended included members of the Serbian government, diplomatic corps, representatives of our community from the town of Niagara Falls in Canada, representatives of the power supply company of Serbia, which financed the making of the monument.