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EU60: Exhibition of historical images in Skopje

SKOPJE – On 25 March, the EU celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, which paved the way for the European Union that we know today: a reunited continent of peace, founded on the values of solidarity, democracy and the rule of law. Its Single Market ensures freedom of choice and movement, economic growth and prosperity for 500 million citizens. It is the largest trading bloc in the world and the biggest donor of development and humanitarian aid, stated the Delegation of the EU to Macedonia.

On the occasion of this important anniversary, the Delegation of the European Union and the Italian Embassy in Skopje are organising opening of the exhibition “EVER CLOSER UNION” at the foyer of MOB, Tuesday, 28 March, at 13.00.

The exhibition is organised by the Historical Archives of the European Union, European University Institute, and it is based on archival documents and images from the Historical Archives of the European Union, the Diplomatic Historical Archives of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Archives of ANSA.

The exhibition will be opened by Ambassador Samuel Žbogar, Delegation of the European Union, and Ambassador Carlo Romeo, Embassy of Italy.


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