Dodik, Vučić and Kusturica have received awards
Tonight in Belgrade, Grand Prize of humanitarian organization Japanese society has been presented to President of Republic of Srpska,Milorad Dodik, to Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić and to famous Serbian director, Emir Kusturica.
Kusturica says that it is good to receive an award for unprofessional humanistic work, especially at the time when this work has being doing by professionals.
“I have focused my life on projects, one of which is the humanization of living space,” says Kusturica.
Grand Prize has been presented to the famous Serbian director, Emir Kusturica, as the creator and humanists for outstanding contribution to the development of cultural awareness in the region, especially in Serbia and Republic of Srpska, as well as the contribution to the promotion of culture, history and traditions of the Serbs and other ethnic groups that live in this area, and for realization of long-term projects in Mokra Gora and Andrićgrad, with which cultural and other lasting values have been affirmed.
Besides Kusturica awards have been also presented to the President of Republic of Srpska, Milorad Dodik, and to Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić.
Grand Prize of Japanese Society has been presented to the President of Republic of Srpska, Milorad Dodik, for his overall contribution to the development of society, economy, security of Republic of Srpska and the region, as well as for his contribution to the reputation of the Republic in the region and beyond regional boundaries, according to explanation of the award of the Japanese Society, a non-profit organization, which aim is to bring closer people of Serbia and Japan.
The prize has been presented to Dodik for the launch of overall social reforms, for the contribution in the realization of a new stage of progress of society and raising the level of interstate, international and general human relations in Republic of Srpska.
Grand Prize has been presented to Serbian Prime Minister, Vučić, for his contribution to the development of Serbia, the initiation of an overall social reforms, especially for the extraordinary efforts that seem to build a new, modern social order based on the highest international standards.
Motion for the Grand Prize gives a jury comprises of eminent public figures from the worlds of culture and education, and the prizes are awarded to the laureates at the annual ceremony.
Japanese society is a Serbian non-profit organization that is bringing together people of Serbia and Japan with mutual understanding, respect and cooperation, with the aim of fostering constructive, balanced and dynamic relationship between the two nations.
Grand Prize of humanitarian organization Japanese society has been presented to Dodik, Vučić Kusturica and to members of Serbian parliament in Belgrade.