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DIRECT FLIGHT BETWEEN BELGRADE AND NEW YORK CITY RE-ESTABLISHED

On June 23, 2016, after a break of nearly a quarter of a century, a new direct flight from Belgrade to New York City has been re-established. The Air Serbia flights to New York will be operated five times a week under the numbers YU500 and YU501, the same ones which Air Serbia’s predecessor JAT Yugoslav Airlines used when it had direct flights to NYC.

The Airbus A330 aircraft named after Nikola Tesla, the most famous Serbian-American, has capacity of 254 seats, economy and business class. The first wide-body aircraft for intercontinental regular traffic between the Balkans and the United States is currently the largest aircraft in the fleet of Air Serbia. The Serbian airline is now the only company in the region that has a direct flight to the United States.

At the opening ceremony in Belgrade Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and US Ambassador Kyle Scott stressed that the new line represents an important step that will encourage economic ties and growth, help develop tourist potential and provide additional impetus to positive development of overall relations between the two countries.


THE BUST OF MILEVA MARIC IN CLEVELAND

The bust of Mileva Maric, Serbian scientist, was unveiled in the Serbian Cultural Garden within the Rockefeller Park in Cleveland, Ohio. Mileva Maric was the first wife of Albert Einstein.

The initiative for the placing of the bust was initiated by Alex Machaskee, Honorary Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Ohio in cooperation with the Diaspora Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. The bust of Mileva Maric was sculpted by sculptor-academic Ivan Felker.

The opening ceremony was attended by Djerdj Matkovic, Serbian Ambassador to the USA.

At the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland are also memorials to Saint Sava, Petar Petrovic Njegos, King Peter Karadjordjevic, Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, Stevan Mokranjac, Mihajlo Pupin and Nikola Tesla.


GIVING THANKS TO SERBIAN SCHOOL IN MILWAUKEE

Serbian elementary school "Sveti Sava" in Milwaukee celebrated the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the first Serbian Orthodox School in the United States.

Following the liturgy at the Orthodox Church "Sveti Sava" a solemn academy was held on the occasion of this significant anniversary of the school.

The audience was addressed by Acting Consul General Dejan Radulovic, who congratulated the 20th anniversary of the founding of the school and on the occasion presented a letter of thanks by the Consulate General for a significant contribution to the education of younger generations, preservation of the language, culture, history and religion of the Serbian people.

The First Secretary of the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Washington, DC Marinko Avramovic and a representative of the city of Milwaukee Mark Borkowski also extended their congratulations in their address.


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