The Egyptian Embassy in Belgrade organizes “The Egyptian Culture Month in Serbia” in July, in celebration of 110 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Egypt and Serbia.
The event will last until the end of July, and will include the “The Egyptian Film Week” where film screenings will take place at the Yugoslav Film Archive, followed by “Egyptology for All: Mapping Ancient Egyptian Civilization in Serbia”, that is scheduled for 12th July at the National Museum in Belgrade. Plus, there will be an exhibition of archival documents to be opened 19th July at the National Parliament, which is put together in cooperation with the Serbian and Yugoslav archives.
The highlight of “The Egyptian Culture Month” will be the dance performance “Blue Elephant” by the dance troupe of the Egyptian Opera. They will perform 27th July at the National Theatre in Belgrade, which coincides with the National Day of Egypt. After that, the troupe will have another performance on 29th July at the Children’s Cultural Centre in Belgrade and on 31st July at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad.
Egypt’s Ambassador to Serbia, Amr Aljowaily says that the Egyptian Culture Month is a result of successful cooperation with the National Parliament of Serbia, the Serbian Ministry of Culture and Information, the Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade, the Government of Vojvodina and the institutions of culture in Belgrade and Novi Sad.
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