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Delegation of the University of Belgrade visited Japan, October 18-24, 2010

Delegation of the University of Belgrade, Prof. Dr. Djuro Koruga from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Prof. Dr. Zoran Krivokapic from the Faculty of Medicine and Mr. Aleksandar Obradovic, director of ADOC Company, collaborator of Incubator of Technical Faculties of the Belgrade University, visited Japan from October 18 to 24, 2010.

The delegation had fruitful meetings with the highest representatives and scientists of Kobe University and Tokyo Institute of Technology. They have discussed ways of intensifying cooperation among universities in the field of nanotechnology and biomedical researches.

They have also visited Japanese companies, famous for their advanced achievements in these fields, such as JASCO, Hamamatsu Photonics and Kao.

Delegation, together with Embassy representative Ms. Kovac, met with Vice President of Kobe University Prof. Chiharu Nakamura (far right) and Dean of Faculty of Agriculture Prof. Kazunori Uchida Prof. Koruga gives a lecture to the students of Kobe University


Megatrend University from Belgrade launched Business school in Tokyo

On October 16th, Megatrend University Belgrade, Proudfoot Japan, Inc. and AIO corporation from Hawaii decided to establish Teogaku Training School in Tokyo, aimed to offer the high quality of training of already experienced executives.

The first generation of executives was scheduled to start the School on January 20th, 2011.

Mr. Kawahara, Mr. Kurisu, Mr. Matsuki, Mr. Hasegawa, Professor Jovanović and Mr. Shigehara in the course of deliberations on launching the common project Prof. Dr M. Jovanović and Ambassador I. Mrkić

Ambassador meets with Mr. Tsunenari Tokugawa, the Head of the main Tokugawa house, October 14

Ambassador Mrkić had a privilege to meet personally with Mr. Tsunenari Tokugawa, eighteenth head of the main lineage of the famed Tokugawa family, who is now heading the nonprofit Tokugawa Foundation.

It was a great opportunity to learn about the current work and strong efforts of Mr. Tokugawa related to the preservation of Tokugawa heritage and support of education in Japan and abroad. They also exchanged the views regarding the historical processes and present socio-political situations in Serbia and Japan.

Mr. T. Tokugawa and Ambassador Mrkic

The visit of Mr. Aleksandar Vučić, Deputy President of the Serbian Progressive Party, to Japan, October 13-19

On the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Mr. Aleksandar Vučić, Deputy President of the Serbian Progressive Party, participated in a program of Japanese Government aimed to introduce the current situation of Japan through meetings with government officials, business and academic persons and sightseeing in Japan.

During his stay in Japan, Mr. Vučić visited also other Japanese cities like Kyoto, Hiroshima and Nagoya.

Shiraishi Kazuko won International Poetry Prize "Golden Key of Smederevo", October 8, 2010

Japanese poet Kazuko Shiraishi was awarded Serbia's 41st "Smederevo Golden Key Award" on October 20, 2010. On this occasion her book "Little Planet" was published in Serbia bilingually, both in Serbian and Japanese.

Upon her return from the award presentation ceremony in Serbia, The Poets Society of Japan organized a reception in honor of the famous poet. Mrs. Snezana Jankovic, First Counselor of the Embassy of Serbia attended the reception and extended sincere congratulations to Mrs. Kazuko Shiraishi on behalf of the Embassy of Serbia in Japan.

Mrs. Jankovic gives congratulatory speech Ms. Kasuko Shiraishi reads one of her poems

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