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This spring, in a three-week period, the first part of the "European Village" project has been taking place – the origin and history of the European Union, as well as the culture and tradition of the peoples and countries that make up the modern Europe have been presented to the sixth-graders by the representatives of the European Affairs Fund of AP Vojvodina. This week, they have been Jelena Radosavljević Rovčanin, Teodora Milkov Manić, Milan Čezek and Zoran Pavić. The EU Info Point has been included in the project for two years, and Jovana Zdjelarević, Marina Grnja Kljajić, Aleksandra Kapetanović and Duška Latas have been giving the quiz "How well do you know the EU?" to the pupils.
In the second week, the "European Village" lesson was held in the following elementary schools: "Slavko Rodić" in Lazarevo, "Đura Jakšić" in Perlez, "Sveti Sava" in Stajićevo, "Bratstvo" in Aradac, "Dositej Obradović" in Farkaždin, "Petar Kočić" in Banatski Despotovac, "S. Knićanin" in Knićanin,"Bratstvo-Jedinstvo" in Belo Blato and "9. May" in Zrenjanin.
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