99 years form signing the armistice in the WWI was commemorated on November 11, 2017, at the New Cemetery of Belgrade, in terms of the state ceremony with participation of the Diplomatic corps of Belgrade. The central state manifestation of laying wreaths and paying respects at the Memorial Ossuary of Belgrade Defenders (1914-1918) was conducted by the Minister for Labor,
In response to the significant interest of our fellow citizens to the thematic strolls organized in the course of the European Heritage Days, on November 5, 2017, the 9th free guided tour through the New Cemetery of Belgrade was organized. The tour entitled „Sparkling Minds of Serbia“, which led the visitors thorough the authentic ambiance of the old Belgrade,
On November 7, 2017 the commemoration ceremony intended to honor Austro-Hungarian soldiers killed during the battles for Belgrade in the WWI in addition to all casualties of the Great War, was held at the recently reconstructed Austro-Hungarian Military Cemetery within the New Cemetery of Belgrade.
The prayer for all victims of the Great War was conducted in German,
On November 3, 2017, a delegation of participants to the conference devoted to development of physical exercising and foundation of the „Falcon Movement“ within the Principality and Kingdom of Serbia, organized by the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, laid the wreaths to the final resting places of the individuals who significantly contributed to development of the „Falcon Movement“ in Principality and Kingdom of Serbia: Steva Todorović,
On the occasion of the Italian Armed Forces Day, on November 3, 2017, a commemoration was held at the Italian Military Cemetery within the New Cemetery of Belgrade, for the purpose of remembering the Italian soldiers killed in the Great War, as well as all the casualties of the Great War, other armed conflicts and peace-keeping missions.
99 – years anniversary from liberation of Belgrade in WW1 was commemorated on November 1, 2017 by laying wreaths to the Serbian Ossuary of the Defenders of Belgrade (1914-1918), at the New Cemetery of Belgrade. The wreaths were laid by the City Council member Stevo Tatalović, representatives of the Alliance Association of Descendants of Serbian Warriors 1912 – 1920,