THE CHANCELLERY OF
THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES CROWN PRINCE ALEKSANDAR AND PRINCESS KATARINA IN THE
VISIT OF MIONICA MUNICIPALITY
the invitation of the president
of the municipality of Mionica Mr. Miroslav Trifunović, who was also
the host of the event, Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Aleksandar and
Crown Princess Katarina today visited
the municipality of Mionica. Their Royal Highnesses were accompanied by a
member of the Crown Council Prof. Dr. Milorad Pavić.
arrival in Mionica, Crown Prince Aleksandar and his wife
were welcomed by the municipal and religious officials and numerous
citizens in front of the church of Sacred God's of Ascension.
the welcoming speeches of Mr. Trifunović and of the religious head of
Valjevo church the priest Mr. Ljuba Adžić, the Crown Prince Aleksandar
and Prof. Dr. Milorad Pavić addressed the present.
some of the citizens present chanted "Long live the King", Crown
Prince Aleksandar laid flowers on the monument of Duke Živojin Mišić. After that, His Royal
Highness, together with the city officials and representatives of several
political parties, discussed the current political and social issues. Among
them there was Mr. Milan Paroški, one of the DOS leaders as well as the
representatives of the National Radical party from the Republic Srpska.
the visit of museum house of Duke Živojin Mišić in Struganik, Crown
Prince Aleksandar and Crown Princess Katarina visited the church on Ravna
Gora and laid flowers on the monument of general Draža Mihajlović. On that occasion
His Royal Highness addresses the present once more by inviting all Serbs to
reconcille and unite themselves.
the lunch prepared for numerous guests, citizens of Mionica area spoke with
His Royal Highness and his wife in a very pleasent atmosphere.
Royal Highnesses also visited the clinic
in Mionica where Crown Princess Katarina donated aid in clothes, shoes
and toiletries. Their Royal Highnesses used the opportunity to talk about
possibility of motivating the Serbian diaspora to help this impoverished
area. They expressed their readiness to be the mediators in this case.
Royal Highnesses finished their tour by visiting the refugess camp "Bogovađa"
inhabiteded by 70 refugees from Bosnia and Croatia. The humanitarian aid in
clothes, shoes, food and toiletries was also distributed in the camp.
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