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THE VISIT OF PRINCE DAVIT
OF GEORGIA TO BELGRADE






CROWN PRINCE DAVIT AND PRINCESS IRINA
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  His Royal Highness Crown Prince Davit Bagration Muhranbatoni, Head of the Royal House of Georgia and Her Royal Highness Princess Irina Bagration Mukhrani have arrived to their official visit to Serbia, on December 6th 2021, upon the kind invitation of Mr Stefan Krkobabich in his capacity of the Deputy Speaker of The National Assembly of The Republic of Serbia, and in the organization of the Serbian Rectory of The Order of The Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of our Lord Jesus Christ, headed by Mr Aleksandar O. Djurdjev, Deputy of the The Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, as the Rector for Serbia, and The Reverend Father Deacon Hadzi Nenad M. Jovanovich, the Secretary of The Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism, as the Chaplain of the Georgian Royal Orders in Serbia.





  This is the second visit to Serbia of His Royal Highness, since He has already visited it in 2011, when He has bestowed the honour of The Grand Collar of The Order of The Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of our Lord Jesus Christ upon the late His Holiness K.K. Irinej, Archbishop of Pech, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovtsi and Serbian Patriarch. On this occasion, His three day visit was initiated by secular and State authorities of Serbia, and has had a strong and noble cause to promote spiritual, cultural and all other kinds of exchange and relations of the two ancient Orthodox nations of similar historical experiences and destinies.





  The visit has started at the historical and stunning Belgrade Fortress called Kalemegdan, with a ceremony of investiture, when His Highness Crown Prince Davit and His Grace The Right Reverend Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Eastern America k.k. Irinej (Dobrijevich), Spiritual Patron of The Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism, have been awarded the high and distinguished Church-Social decoration – The Cross of Vozhd Djordje Stratimirovich, wich is established and granted, with the blessing of His Grace The Right Reverend Bishop of Srem k.k. Vasilije (Vadich), by the Centre for the Development of Shajkashka, The Board for the Return of the Earthly Remains of Vozhd Djordje Strartimirovich to The Fatherland and The Noble Family of The Stratimirovich of Kulpin, as one of the most ancient and oldest surviving Serbian medieval aristocratic families.





  The ceremony of investiture was conducted by Prof. Ivan Noble Stratimirovich of Kulpin and Prof. Dr Djordje Noble Stratimirovich of Kulpin, in the name of the Family; Mr Danijel Kulachin, in the name of the Centre and Father Nenad, in the name of the Board. Beside Their Royal Highnesses, His Grace Bishop Irinej and the gentlemen already mentioned above, the solemn ceremony was also attended by: The Very Reverend Protopresbyter Dr Vasilije Vranich; Mr Aleksandar O. Djurdjev; Mr Goran Milenkovich, Assistant Minister in The Ministry of Rural Welfare in the Government of Serbia and Mr Gojko Raichevich, owner and editor in chief of IN4S - one of the most important and influential news services in the region of Western Balkans.





  His Highness has also, on this solemn occasion, bestowed The Medal for Merit for The Royal House of Georgia upon Mr Aleksandar O. Djurdjev and Prof. Ivan Noble Stratimirovich of Kulpin, as a sign of His Royal grace and gratitude for the years of their loyal service to The Royal House.





  It should be said that, before Crown Prince Davit and His Grace Bishop Irinej, The Cross of Vozhd Djordje Stratimirovich, as a high and very prestigious Church award, has already been bestowed upon: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Aleksandar Karageorgevich of Serbia and Yugoslavia; Mr Aleksandar Vuchich, President of Serbia; His Eminence The Most Reverend k.k. Joanikije (Michovich), Metropolitan of Montenegro-Littoral, Zeta-Brda and Skenderija; His Grace The Right Reverend Bishop of Novi Sad and Bachka, Sombor, Szeged and Jegar k.k. Irinej (Bulovich); His Grace The Right Reverend Bishop of Bijeljina, Zvornik and Tuzla k.k. Fotije (Sladojevich); His Grace The Right Reverend Bishop of Valjevo k.k. Isihije (Rodich); His Grace The Right Reverend Bishop of Hvosno k.k. Justin (Jeremich); Mr Igor Mirovich, the President of The Government of The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina; Mr Stefan Krkobabich, Deputy Speaker of The National Assembly of The Republic of Serbia, as well as other most deserving personalities from the ranks of the clergy of the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Serbian Army, as well as the cultural, academic, public, economic and political life of Serbia.





  The Serbian media has reported on this interesting event:


  The official web-site of The Serbian Orthodox Church (погледајте овде)

  The official web-site of The Serbian Orthodox Church Diocese of Eastern America, „Georgian Prince Davit and Bishop Irinej of Eastern America decorated with The Cross of Vozhd Djordje Stratimirovich” (погледајте овде)

   “Slovo Ljubve”, Radio of The Serbian Orthodox Church Archdiocese of Belgrade and Karlovtsi (погледајте овде)

  “Pink.rs”, one of the most popular Serbian news portals: “GREAT HONOUR! Georgian Prince Davit Bagration and Bishop Irinej of Eastern America decorated with THE CROSS OF VOZHD DJORDJE STRATIMIROVICH!” (погледајте овде)

  „IN4S“, the most popular informative portal in Montenegro and one of the most influential news portals in the region: „Georgian Prince Davit and Bishop Irinej of Eastern America decorated with The Cross of Vozhd Djordje Stratimirovich” (погледајте овде)





SERBIA AND GEORGIA SUPPORT EACH OTHERS
SOVEREIGNTY AND TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY






  On December 7th 2021, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Davit Bagration Muhranbatoni, Head of the Royal House of Georgia and Her Royal Highness Princess Irina Bagration Mukhrani have officially visited The National Assembly of The Republic of Serbia, following the kind invitation of Mr Stefan Krkobabich, Deputy Speaker of The Serbian Parliament from the ranks of the ruling coalition in Serbia.





  The members of the Royal entourage on this memorable occasion have been: Mr Aleksandar O. Djurdjev, Deputy in The Assembly of The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and Rector of The Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of our Lord Jesus Christ for Serbia and Reverend Father Deacon Hadzi Nenad M. Jovanovich, Secretary of The Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism and Chaplain of the Georgian Royal Orders in Serbia.





  On the other hand, Their Royal Highnesses and members of their Royal entourage have been welcomed by their much esteemed host, Mr Krkobabich, and his associates: Mr Hadzi Milorad Stoshich, Member of Parliament and Head of the PUPS –“Three P’s” Parliamentary Group; Mr Dragan M. Markovich, Member of Parliament and Mr Goran Milenkovich, Assistant Minister in The Ministry of Rural Welfare in The Government of Serbia.





  The meeting that followed was held on the premises of The National Assembly Library, a historical and representative chamber within the House of the National Assembly of Serbia, and was of great importance, since it has treated a wide range of questions from the domain of reestablishing or starting completely new cultural, religious and economic relations between the two fraternal nations, which are bounded and tightly connected by common Orthodox Christian Faith and numerous similarities, which have influenced their long history and shaped their national identities.





  After the meeting, the encounter was resumed at the Central Hall of the House of the National Assembly of Serbia where a ceremony of investiture was performed, during which His Highness has bestowed The Medal for Merit for The Royal House of Georgia upon Mr Krkobabich, for his proven and fruitful support, not just on this particular occasion, but on certain other occasions in the past, which was of immence importance for The Royal House of Georgia and the cause of the improving of cultural relations and better understanding and cooperation between the two nations.





  After the investiture, His Highness and Mr Krkobabich have addressed the members of the media. On this occasion, His Highness gave the following address:

   “On my own behalf and on behalf of my wife, Princess Irina, I have the great pleasure to express my joy that we were given this unusual opportunity and honor to visit this historic building, the House of the National Assembly of Serbia.





  This is the second time I have visited your beautiful country and city, which I truly loved since my youth, when our Family lived in exile and when I had the opportunity to meet and socialize with people from Serbia and Belgrade, who told me a lot about your country and your city. Their stories about the beauties of your country and the good nature of your people aroused in me a lively interest and curiosity, which found their confirmation when I was first given the opportunity and privilege to come here. Then I had the opportunity to be equally nicely received and hospitably welcomed, as is the case today. With joy, but also with sadness, I keep the memory of that visit from ten years ago, when we were received by the late His Holiness the Archbishop of Pech, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovtsi and Serbian Patriarch K.K. Irinej of blessed memory, whom we decorated on that occasion with the highest Order of our Royal House. From that time until his blessed repose, we were in frequent contact with His Holiness, whose paternal words and spiritual teachings we will cherish for a long time to come.





  I am honored that today, at this memorable place, I had the extraordinary honour of awarding the Deputy Speaker of The National Assembly of The Republic of Serbia, Mr. Stefan Krkobabich, with the Medal of Merit to The Royal House of Georgia, according to the proposals of the Rector and Chaplain of our Royal Orders in Serbia, Mr. Aleksandar O. Djurdjev and Deacon Hadzi Nenad M. Jovanovich.





  Indeed, we gladly accepted their nomination of the esteemed Mr. Krkobabich, whom we consider truly worthy of this recognition of our House. In this way, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for his sincere and selfless support of the efforts of our Royal House, for deepening and renewing the historical, spiritual and cultural ties of our two peoples. We also want to express our deepest respect and recognition to Mr. Krkobabich for his outstanding achievements so far, but also to encourage the further development of cultural and other relations of our peoples, which have so much in common, but in which there is significant room for improvement and further development to mutual benefit.





  Our peoples, have been united and inextricably linked for many centuries by a common Orthodox Faith, heritage and very similar historical experiences. Serbian-Georgian relations go back to the ancient past, ie. in the time of Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher and Saint Sava. They have then branched out to this day, through the Balkan military liberation campaign of the famous member of our House, Prince General Peter Bagration Mukhrani in the XIX century and the military and diplomatic service of our cousin Prince Teymuraz Bagration Mukhrani, who was a Royal guard officer and a well known diplomat of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, as well as the husband of Katarina Rachich, granddaughter of the famous Nikola Pashich, President of the Serbian Royal Government.





  We are convinced that all this, as well as much from the history of relations between Georgia and our Royal House with Serbia, which we have not mentioned here, provides a healthy and solid foundation for working to improve our existing and create new spiritual and cultural ties, that will connect us even more tightly.

  We consider the esteemed Mr. Krkobabich to be a truly irreplaceable and very valuable collaborator and a worthy asset in this great work, and that is why we use this opportunity to congratulate him once again on the award with which he is today deservedly decorated with.”





  In his reply to the Royal address, Mr Krkobabich has replied:


   “Your Royal Highness Prince Davit Bagration Muhranbatoni,

  Your Royal Highness Princess Irina Bagration Muhrani,

  Esteemed Rector of The Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of our Lord Jesus Christ in Serbia, Mr. Djurdjev,

  Honourable Chaplain of the Georgian Royal Orders in Serbia, Deacon Hadzi Nenad M. Jovanovich,

  Esteemed representatives of the media,





  The great Georgian writer Ilia Chavchavadze said: “We have three divine treasures from our ancestors: homeland, language and religion.” This sentence contains the fundamental values cherished by the Serbian and the Georgian people, their States and their Churches, but also the values that deeply connect our two peoples who are distant only in a geographic sense of the word. Our homelands, Georgia and Serbia, are located in, historically speaking, the most turbulent areas of Europe and the world - the Caucasus and the Balkans. That is why the destinies of Serbs and Georgians are in fact one and the same destiny, the destiny of the struggle to preserve state independence and national identity in a complex geopolitical environment between the opposing interests of the great powers. Our languages and our scripts are centuries old and jealously guard their authenticity from drowning in an impersonal globalist cultural pattern. Our Churches, the Georgian Orthodox Church and the Serbian Orthodox Church, are one of the most important pillars of Orthodox Christianity, both in the past and now. The ties of our peoples, small in number but great in their history, courage, dignity, hospitality and much more, are not and cannot be weakened or broken by geographical distance.





  Dear friends, I will not call you as guests, because you are in your second home, both in this solemn house and in Belgrade and Serbia, because Georgians were and remain “the Caucasian Serbs” in many ways, or vice versa, Serbs are in many ways “the Balkanian Georgians”.

  Your Highness, I am glad that you are in the Serbian capital for the second time and that you have given me a great honour and privilege to be awarded the Medal of Merit to The Royal House of Georgia. The fact that during your previous visit to Belgrade in 2011 you decorated the late Serbian Patriarch Irinej is a pleasure for me, but it also obliges me to promote and encourage Serbian-Georgian ties, both as a public figure and as a person, and all those values that I said unite our peoples and our countries.





  Your Highness, I want you to return to Tbilisi with a message of gratitude that I convey to you, your country and your compatriots, I am sure, not only in my own name, but also in the name of Serbia and the Serbian people. Since our diplomatic relations were established in 1995, Serbia has had a sincere friend and reliable partner in Georgia. All these years, Georgia has supported the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia on the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, just as Serbia has done in the case of the indivisibility, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, including Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Georgia always votes in favor of the state of Serbia in international institutions when it comes to the attempt to enter the so-called Kosovo in the same, where we especially remember the voice of Georgia against the admission of the so-called Kosovo to UNESCO in 2015, knowing how important Orthodox shrines in that area are for the Serbian state and people. Therefore, I ask you to convey to the whole of Georgia expressions of deep gratitude and desire to establish diplomatic relations at the highest level as soon as possible through the opening of the Serbian Embassy in Tbilisi and the opening of the Georgian Embassy in Belgrade. This is important, because small but free and independent nations, like ours, must strengthen their political, economic, cultural and any other forms of cooperation, which, I am sure, in the case of our two countries, is more than feasible.





  Dear friends, I thank you once again for your visit to Belgrade and Serbia, for the decoration you awarded me, and for your selfless and tireless promotion and encouragement of Georgian-Serbian friendship and cooperation.


  Long live Georgia! Long live Serbia!”





  The whole event was met with keen interest of the local and some foreign media:


  Official web-site of The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia (погледајте овде)

  Official web-site of The Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (погледајте овде)

  Serbian National News Agency “Tanjg” (погледајте овде)

  Leading Serbian News Media Agency “Beta” (погледајте овде)

  One of the most popular Serbian web-portals “Pink.rs” (погледајте овде)

  Serbian informative portal “Vesti.rs” (погледајте овде)

  Belgrade news-portal “NBG Reporter” (погледајте овде)


  Nicolas Fontaine, “Le prince David Bagration de Géorgie reçu au parlement serbe pour récompenser le vice-président de l’Assemblée nationale”, Histoires Royales (погледајте овде)




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IMPORTANT MEETING AT
THE GOVERNMENT OF SERBIA






  On December 7th 2021, the Palace of Serbia in Novi Beograd was a scene of a very important, interesting and beneficient meeting for te Royal House of Georgia and their esteemed and high ranking hosts in Belgrade. It's worth saying that The Palace of Serbia is a representative building which was constructed 1947-1959 and formerly known as The Palace of Federal Exacutive Council 1. It's currently used by the Government of Serbia and houses several cabinet level ministries and Government agencies.





  His Royal Highness Crown Prince Davit Bagration Muhranbatoni, Head of the Royal House of Georgia and Her Royal Highness Princess Irina Bagration Mukhrani, accompanied by Mr Aleksandar O. Djurdjev, Deputy in The Assembly of The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and Rector of The Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of our Lord Jesus Christ for Serbia and Reverend Father Deacon Hadzi Nenad M. Jovanovich, Secretary of The Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism and Chaplain of the Georgian Royal Orders in Serbia, have been greeted and welcomed for this useful meeting and reception by His Excellency Mr Milan Krkobabich, Minister for Rural Welfare in The Government of Serbia.





  For this occasion His Excellency was joined and assisted by Mr Goran Milenkovich, Assistant Minister in The Ministry of Rural Welfare in The Government of Serbia; Mr Stefan Krkobabich, Deputy Speaker of The National Assembly of The Republic of Serbia and Mr Dragan M. Markovich, Member of Parliament in The National Assembly of The Republic of Serbia.





  The meeting, which was extremely informative and useful for both sides, took place at the Montenegrin Salon of the Palace, and the high interlocutors have reached several most inportant conclusions and achieved some highly useful agreements, which could boost further cooperation in the domain of cultural exchange, cooperation in the domain of diplomatic relations and traffic, but mostly in the domain of expertise and competence of the Ministry in question.





  In conclusion of this significant meeting, Their Highnesses also visited the representative Yugoslavia Hall in The Palace of Serbia, followed by numerous other activities, aimed at promoting cultural exchange and cooperation between the two fraternal peoples, who should be even more committed to each other in this world, submitted to global dominance which is not inclined or benevolent to smaller nations, if they don’t support and back each other in preservation of their own identity and mutual interests.





PRINCE'S DEEP INTEREST IN
SERBIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE






  On December 8th, after some very useful and interesting talks with members of diplomatic corps in Belgrade, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Davit Bagration Muhranbatoni, Head of the Royal House of Georgia and his wife, Her Royal Highness Princess Irina Bagration Mukhrani, have officially visited the National Museum of Serbia in Belgrade.





  Their Royal Highnesses have been welcomed and met with the greatest of esteem and respect by the Director of the Museum, Mrs Bojana Borich-Breshkovich and by the Academician Mr Darko Tanaskovich, President of the Managing Board of the National Museum of Serbia, and a well known and highly regarded Serbian university professor of Oriental studies (in a number of Universities in: Serbia, Northern Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Italy and Algeria), writer, translator and former Ambassador of Yugoslavia and Serbia to: Turkey, Azerbaijan, Vatican, Sovereign Military Order of Malta and UNESCO.





  Prince Davit and Princess Irina have been accompanied by: Mr Aleksandar O. Djurdjev, Deputy in The Assembly of The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and Rector of The Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of our Lord Jesus Christ for Serbia and Reverend Father Deacon Hadzi Nenad M. Jovanovich, Secretary of The Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism and Chaplain of the Georgian Royal Orders in Serbia; Mr Goran Milenkovich, Assistant Minister in The Ministry of Rural Welfare in The Government of Serbia and Mr Dalibor Shekularats, member of The Board for the Return of the Earthly Remains of Vozhd Djordje Strartimirovich to The Fatherland.





  Their Royal Highnesses have shown great interest in the permanent exhibition of the National Museum, with a special emphasize at the Serbian medieval collection and the collection of Serbian art between XVIII and XX century.

  The National Museum of Serbia has reported about this Royal visit via it’s official social media accounts:








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