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Serbian Prime Minister Anna Barnevich arrived in Thessaloniki, where she will participate in the third Solon summit, and immediately upon arrival she visited the Serbian military cemetery Zejtinlik
Solon – Serbian Prime Minister Anna Barnevich arrived in Thessaloniki, where she will participate in the third Solon summit, and immediately upon her arrival, she visited the Serbian military cemetery.
It was there that the guard of the cemetery Djordje Mihailovic welcomed her, who for half a century welcomed and descended descendants of the Serb fighters killed in World War I, ended just centuries ago.
The prime minister, who visited the cemetery for the first time, said there were over 20,000 graves, of which 8,000 were Serbs. In addition to the Serbs, the graves of the French, the Italians, the British and the Russians were killed in the breakthrough on the front of Salonika.
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Berenwicz laid flowers in a cemetery where the main Polish hospital of the Serbian army was during the war, and at the end of the visit with Tzika Dordurd he drank a glass of brandy in honor of the fallen soldiers, and his message that we should not forget the fighters but " Us. "
In the afternoon, Berenice will hold a bilateral meeting with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Cipers.