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Belgrade was performed 26. and 7. an exhibition organized by inventor
and technical improvement association in Belgrade, with the international
participation in exhibition of inventions, new technologies, products
and industrial design “INVENTION – Belgrade 2006”, from May 26 to
June 2, 2006. in The Ethnographic Museum, 13 Studentski trg str,
The exhibition was performed in the year
of significant jubilees: the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola
Tesla (1856 – 2006), the 81th anniversary of the existence of invention
in Serbia and in Belgrade, and the 50th anniversary of the existence
and successful work of the Belgrade Inventor Association.
Opening ceremony of the exhibition was performed on May 29, 2006
at 12h. The exhibition opened Dr. Andras
Vedres, the president of the international inventor organization,
IFIA. At that moment, the letter, that president of IFIA handed
to all world inventors, was read. A sixteen-minute film under the
name “Scientists and artists about Tesla” was presented.
of IFIA Dr. Andraš Verdeš was opened exibition
"Invention – Belgrade 2006"
President of the Belgrade
association of inventors, Mr. Djuro Borak
By Belgrade Inventor Association’s membership in the International
Inventor Organization which consists of 82 countries, the innovations
made by inventors from the countries that are members of IFIA, were
presented for the first time, and are: Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina,
Hungary and Macedonia, whereby the exhibition reached the international
character introducing it to exhibition IFIA’s calender.
Besides the mentioned countries, the inventors
from Republic of Srpska Inventor Association were presented (from
Banja Luka, Prijedor…) on the exhibition and also from Serbia (from
Subotica, Kragujevac, Trstenik…). It was 125 inventions Presented
with 170 authors.
The museum “Nikola Tesla” gave (requested
by the organizer of the exhibition) show cases with inventions and
panes with texts that speak about Nikola Tesla’s life and work (that
are placed on the center of gallery) that praised and solemnized
him and marked the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Tesla,
whereby the exhibiton marked this jubilee.
The stay of the president of IFIA, dr. Andras
Vedres, was used for meetengs and talks about expansion and affirmation
of invention and bilateral cooperation for improvement of development
of the invention program.
The following meetings and discussions were organized:
- In The Belgrade Parliament, on May 30, 2006, a meeting with City
Manager Mr. Bojan Stanojevic was organized. In mutual talk, the
president of IFIA Dr. A. Vedres proposed that the II Congress of
IFIA should be held in Belgrade 2007. Mr. Stanojevic positively
responded and emphasized that City of Belgrade stands behind the
proposition and proposes to hold the Congress in Sava Centar in
On Wednesday May 31 2006, the meetings:
- In Ministry of Science and Environment Protection of Republic of
Serbia, with state secretary Mr. Dragan Povrenovic. Mr. Povrenovic
informed the guest of the conditions and problems of invention in
Serbia. He informed him that Serbian Parliament recently adopted invention
regulations. Implementation of the law has been doing swiftly by formulation
of sets of rules that will define in detail regulations of the Law.
City Manager Mr. Bojan Stanojevic received
the president of
IFIA Dr. A. Vedres
State secretary Mr. Dragan
Povrenovic received the president of IFIA Dr. A. Vedres
In Belgrade Chamber of Commerce, the president
of the Chamber of Commerce Mr. Milan Jankovic received the esteemed
guest. During the dialog, the need for cooperation and support for
invigorating and expanding of invention was emphasized, not only in
Belgrade, in Serbia, but throughout other countries.
In The Institute for intellectual capital,
Serbia & Montenegro, a reception at the Institute’s deputy director
Mr. Miodrag Markovic was organised, who informed the guest of working
problems of the Institute (decomposition of FRYugoslavia, consequent
separation of Montenegro and other factors) that are negatively impacted
on development and successful work of the institution. He emphasized
that the institution needs equipment for normal work. Mr. Dr. A. Vedres
has promised that he’ll , as he’ll go to EU Councel, use an opportunity
and suggest to EU Councel Comission to provide for the Institute with
new informational equipment.
The president of the
Chamber of Commerce mr. Milan Jankovic received the esteemed
In The Institute for intellectual
capital, Serbia & Montenegro