The commemoration for fallen Commonwealth soldiers who died in wars, conflicts and peace-keeping operations was held at the New Cemetery of Belgrade, on April 25, 2017, in terms of laying wreaths at the WWII Commonwealth Military Cemetery. This day is commemorated each year on April 25, in Australia and New Zealand and was originally established in honor of the Australian and New Zealand Armed Forces (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps –
This heartbreaking event was commemorated by laying wreaths and paying respect at the Memorial Cemetery for the Victims of Belgrade Air Strikes in 1941, within the New Cemetery of Belgrade. The wreaths are laid by Minister of Employment, Labor, Veteran and Social Affairs Aleksandar Vulin, Mayor of Belgrade Siniša Mali, decedents and representatives of associations cultivating the tradition of Serbian liberation wars.
104 years form death of the pilot Mihailo Petrović, the first casualty of our air force, who was killed on March 20, 1913 over Skadar, was commemorated at the New Cemetery of Belgrade on March 19, 2017. The commemoration was attended by the representatives of Serbian Armed Forces – Air Force and Air Defense Command,
The Fatherland Defenders Day, a national holiday of Russian Federation was commemorated in Belgrade on February 23, 2017. This day is being commemorated in Russia since 1922, as a day when the Red Army was founded. The commemorations organized on the occasion of this holiday are devoted to honoring soldiers, army and navy veterans, Afghanistan veterans,
On the occasion of the Russian Diplomat’s Day – February 10, the representatives to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are remembering the former generations of diplomatic servicemen, by laying wreaths to the graves of the prominent Russian diplomats in the country and abroad. As a part of the Russian Diplomat’s Day celebrations, the representatives of the Russian Federation Embassy in Belgrade,
On Thursday, February 9, 2017, Violeta Obrenovic, PhD – art historian with the PUC „Funeral Services “, gave a lecture entitled „Following the trail of significant Serbian women buried at the New Cemetery of Belgrade”, at the invitation of the Tourist Guides Association of Serbia.
The lecture comprised a chronicle regarding the status of women in Serbia from the beginning of 19th century,
98 – years anniversary from liberation of Belgrade in WW1 was commemorated on November 1, 2016 by laying wreaths to the Serbian Ossuary of Belgrade Defenders (1914-1918), at the New Cemetery of Belgrade. The wreaths were laid by the City Manager Goran Vesić, representatives of the Alliance Association of Descendants of Serbian Warriors 1912 – 1920 and Association of Veterans for Fostering Traditions of Serbian Liberation War until 1918.
101-years anniversary form the commencement of Belgrade defense during the WWI was commemorated in Belgrade on October 7, 2016. This significant date was commemorated by laying wreaths at the Serbian Ossuary of Belgrade Defenders (1915) and final resting place of the Colonel Dragutin Gavrilović at the New Cemetery of Belgrade. The wreaths were laid by the representatives of the City of Belgrade,
The first Open History Class of the Economy, Law and Administration High School students took place at the New Cemetery in Belgrade, on Monday, October 13, 2014. The class was dedicated to the WW I Centenary and therefore the students visited the burial sites of the individuals relevant for the Serbian history in this period: Politician Nikоla Pаšić,