Before the announcement about Remembrance month, let me give you a quick update about parliamentary elections in eSerbia.
Like in the rest of e-world, elections were held in eSerbia too. Although eSerbia has a strict presidential system where, after a president is elected, he or she appoints the government, parliamentary elections are important as they give a hint of the national public opinion.
It is safe to say that the new eSerbian congress will continue with the same policies as we had during this month and that the current government will continue with its work until the next big test - Presidential elections. Internal politics have no real impact on eSerbia’s foreign policy which has full backing of all important political parties and the entire online community.
eSerbia stands with its friends and allies regardless of its internal political processes.
Within my public diplomacy programme, in my next article I will try to remind us all about strong and wonderful ties that hold the UK and Serbia together. True heroes of the past must not be forgotten and their stories should live forever. Their stories are incredible, heroic and inspiring.
I am not going to reveal more for the time being but will give you a hint with this teaser poster:
Until the next time, when we meet true British heroes who have given their hearts to Serbia.
Ambassador of eSerbia to the eUK
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