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Embassy of Italy in Sarajevo the 2017 story

Visit of the Italian Deputy Minister for Culture, Antimo Cesaro, here with Deputy Mayor of Sarajevo, Milan Trivic, April 2017
At Tito's Bunker in Konjic, signing an agreement to support the Contemporary Art Collection
The Italian Chamber of Deputies' Foreign Affairs Committee visits Sarajevo and meets with Defence Minister Pendes, May 2017
Launch of the "Imago Mundi" exhibition by the Benetton Foundation, Sarajevo
World famous Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto comes to Sarajevo to realize his "Third Paradise" and is received by Prime Minister Denis Zvizdic, 1 June 2017
Conference with 500 students coming from all over BiH to realize the "Third Paradise" in Sarajevo
The "Third Paradise" is made in Sarajevo by 500 students from Banja Luka, Mostar, Sarajevo, Stolac and Tuzla, coming together to celebrate Unity&Diversity, 2 June 2017

Kids' Festival, 4 June 2017

Visit to the Faculty of Philosophy, Mostar University, meeting the students of Italian language, June 2017
Awarding the students of Italian in Zenica upon completion of their first course
With the students of Italian from the Association of Italianists of the Balkans (AIBA), cooperating for a trade seminar in Banja Luka, July
With Andrea Marcolongo, author of "The Language of Gods: Nine Reasons to Love Greek", the best-selling book in Italy in 2016-2017, living and writing in Sarajevo!
Inauguration of the Ars Aevi collection at the Italian Parliament in Rome, with the introduction of the Chairs from the Foreign Affairs and Culture Committees, Hon. Fabrizio Cicchitto and Hon. Flavia Piccoli Nardelli, July 2017
The "Orchestra of Peace of BiH", with 50 musicians from Banja Luka, Mostar and Sarajevo, rehearses in Riva del Garda, Italy, for the "MusicaRivaFestival", July 2017
The "Orchestra of Peace of BiH" debuts in Italy

Then back in Sarajevo for the Sarajevo Film Festival and to welcome 40 Italian directors, actors and producers

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Reception at the Italian residence with all artists and civil society from BiH!

and then, a great artist comes to town...

The students of Italian from Banja Luka, Mostar and Sarajevo Universities perform with Capossela on the stage, reading the translations of his songs
More students: Summer School of Milano Bicocca University with Universities of Sarajevo and East Sarajevo. Here in Pale in September.
Motus Danza from Siena comes to perform in Sarajevo and Tuzla, September 2017
Moving performance at Sarajevo Town Hall
October: the Chair of the Italian Red Cross, Francesco Rocca, visits the Delegation of Bosnia Herzegovina
Minister Dragan Mektic in Trieste for the EU-Western Balkans Police Cooperation Conference, October 2017
Min. Mektic and Italian Interior Minister Minniti sign a cooperation agreement on readmissions in Trieste
Back in Sarajevo for the graduation of the students of the ERMA Master, financed by Italy and the EU, taking place in Sarajevo and Bologna, October 2017
Celebreting the ERMA students and Faculty at the Italian residence

... AND WITH NOVEMBER COMES THE ITALIAN FILM WEEK IN BIH: ONE WEEK OF MOVIES IN SARAJEVO, BANJA LUKA, MOSTAR, TUZLA AND VISEGRAD

Ado Hasanovic shows his "Pink Elephant" in the Italian Film Week at KinoMeetingPoint, Sarajevo
Director Alessio Bozzer introduces his "Trst, Jugoslavija", together with AlJazeera Balkans, Sarajevo, November 2017

In the meanwhile, 21 students of Italian from the Universities of Banja Luka, Sarajevo and Mostar go to Sicily to study for a week: here is their departure in the last decade of November

and then another concert: the best soundtracks from the Italian movies, with the Orchestra Internazionale d'Italia Ensemble, Sarajevo

with December, then comes the Diplomatic Winter Bazaar...

... and the Italian stand raises 6.100 BAM for charities across BiH!

AND HERE WE ARE...

SRETNA NOVA GODINA BIH!!!

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