A Special Plaque Presented to the Truth in Media for Its Coverage of NATO'sKosovo War and "Peace"
Re above: A poster welcoming Djurdjevic at the reception held after his Sept. 16 lecture at the "Francuska 7 Forum," at which he was made an honorary member of the Serbian Writers' Guild and issued a membership card No. 3.
Re. Above: At the end of an hour-long meeting with the TiM editor on Sept. 13, Mayor of Nis, Zoran Zivkovic, presented the TiM editor with a plaque commemorating his "visit to the imperial city of Nis" (see photos No. 2-3 and the plaque.). "Imperial city," because the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, who legalized Christianity in year 313, and moved the seat of the Roman Empire from Rome to Constantinople (the "New Rome") in year 330, was born in Nis - thus his bust on the City of Nis letterhead. The Mayor also presented TiM with a book on the city's churches and monasteries.
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