Year 2010 – 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Archives

On 22nd January 2010, the Archives of Yugoslavia celebrated its 60th Anniversary in the presence of a large number of invited guests including Nebojša Bradić, Minister for Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević and Princess Catherine, ambassadors of the Russian Federation, Egypt, Mexico and Algeria, diplomatic representatives of the Republic of Korea, China, USA, Norway, Bulgaria and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also present were representatives of the Federal Archival Agency of the Russian Federation, Institute for Slavistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the State Archives of the Russian Federation, Director and Deputy Director of the Archives of the Republic of Srpska, archivists from the Republic of Serbia and afficionados of historical science. The opening address was given by Miladin Milošević, Acting Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia.

 

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The guests were greeted by the representatives of Russian Archives including Dr Andrei Artizov, Manager of the Federal Archival Agency of the Russian Federation, Dr Konstantin Nikiforov, Director of the Institute for Slavistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Dr Sergei Mironenko, Director of the State Archives of the Russian Federation.
Professor Ljubodrag Dimić introduced the fourth volume of the edition "Sources for the History of International Relations 1930 – 1940" entitled "Reports of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia for Year 1933" edited by Nada Petrović and Jelena Đurišić.

In his address, the Minister for Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Nebojša Bradić, stressed that "While today we may praise or criticise Yugoslavia, it is important that we do so from the historical perspective - objectively and dispassionately and using historical documents. This has been made possible by institutions such as the Archives of Yugoslavia." Minister Bradić opened the exhibition "Yugoslav Governments 1918 – 2006" created by Dr Gojko Malović and Dušan Jončić. To mark the Jubilee, the Archives of Yugoslavia published a special brochure, a catalogue of publications, an issue of the journal Archives and a journal bibliography.

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The guests from the Archives of Yugoslavia as well as the representatives of the Russian archives had an audience with Minister Bradić.

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