World’s Tallest Building Burj Khalifa in Colors of Montenegro

By , 13 Jul 2019, 22:57 PM Lifestyle
World’s Tallest Building Burj Khalifa in Colors of Montenegro Copyrights: Podgoricki Vremeplov, Instagram

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12 July 2019 - The world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa was emblazoned with the colors of the Montenegrin flag in celebration of the Statehood Day of Montenegro.

The flag-inspired projection was the result of cooperation between the Embassy of Montenegro to the United Arab Emirates and the company ‘Emaar’ owned by Burj Khalifa.

“The event confirms friendly relations and good cooperation between the two countries and having in mind Burj Khalifa is one of the most popular attractions in Dubai, this was a wonderful opportunity for the promotion of our country,” Ambassador of Montenegro to the United Arab Emirates, Dušanka Jeknić, stated, according to CdM's report.

Minister of Culture of Montenegro Aleksandar Bogdanović recently participated in the Culture Summit Abu Dhabi 2019, at the invitation of United Arab Emirates Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development Noura Al Kaabi. This year's Summit discussed the role of culture in global challenges and the impact of creativity and technology on positive changes in the world.

At this Summit, Minister of Culture of Montenegro Aleksandar Bogdanović talked with the representatives of the participating countries about similar experiences in the areas of development of cultural and artistic creativity and creative industries and the preservation and protection of cultural heritage. Opportunities for cooperation on joint projects of creative industries, promotion of cultural diversity, protection and conservation of cultural heritage and digitization were also discussed. 

On the occasion of the Statehood Day of Montenegro, the flag-raising ceremony was held in Toronto in front of the City Council.

Branko Aleksić, one of the founders of the Toronto-based Montenegrin Cultural Society, hoisted the Montenegrin flag this year. This ceremony has been traditional since 2017 and it’s held every year right in front of the City Council, Toronto, where most Montenegrin immigrants live.

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