06.12.2013. – CLUB “BITEF” – CELEBRATION OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS YAER
Celebration of the successful business year was held in club Bitef. With the employees of Mr. Miljus Company, Jamaican students and friends participated as well.
01.12.2013. – 13th IWC CHRISTMAS CHARITY BAZAAR
Consulate had a booth and was selling mugs, caps, t-shirts with Jamaican flag and Jamaican food - Jerk Chicken, Ackee and saltfish, Callalo and rice, Curry Chicken and vegetables ...
23.08.2013. – ROCK VILLAGE FESTIVAL
Rock Village festival - music festival organized by Mr. Miljus in his hometown Banatski Sokolac (80km from Belgrade). Nevine and Tavia exhibited Jamaican things for sale.
06.08.2013. – CELEBRATION of JAMAICAN INDEPENDANCE DAY – 51 years
We organized celebration of Jamaican Independence Day in the Consulate with Jamaican students.
22.06.2013. – AFROFESTIVAL 2013
Participation at AFROFESTIVAL in June 2013. at the Museum of African Art. Consulate exhibited all Jamaican things that are in the consulate on a stand.
29.05.2013. – GATHERIN WITH HON.DR. KENNETH WYKEHAM MCNEILL
Hon. Dr. Kenneth Wykeham McNeill, Minister of Tourism and Entertainment and the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Ms. Jennifer Griffith visited Consulate and gathered with Jamaican students in Serbia.
29.09.2012. – GATHERING WITH HON. AMBASSADOR JOY WHEELER and RAS ABRAHAM
Jamaican students in Serbia had opportunity to meet Ambassador Joy Wheeler at the Consulate. They also met Ras Abraham, singer of the group Ras Abraham and The irie Vibes.
28-29.09.2012. - CELEBRATION of 50 YEARS of JAMAICAN INDEPENDANCE - ONE LOVE 2012
Jamaica celebrated 50 years of independence on August 6, 2012. In keeping with the global trend throughout the Jamaican Diaspora, Jamaica’s fiftieth anniversary in Serbia was celebrated in fine style ...
01.08.2012. - CELEBRATION of JAMAICAN INDEPENDANCE DAY – 50 years
We organized a gathering with Jamaican students to celebrate 50years of Idependence.
18.04.2012. – GATHERING TO MEET JAMAICAN STUDENTS
We organized a gathering in the Consulate in order to meet five Jamaican students who study in Serbia and are part of program „World in Serbia“: Nevine Salmon, Michael Harrison, Danielle Williams, Fana Lorne and Horace Thompson...