Bold Project of Extravagant Slovene Director Received Warmly in Belgrade

Belgrade, 30 June - The world premiere of a theatre version of what is one of the most notable works of Serbian literature, the Dictionary of the Khazars, directed by Slovenia's Tomaz Pandur, was received with tremendous ovations in Belgrade's Sava theatre on Saturday night. In the audience at the performance of one of Pandur's boldest projects ever, were Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, Culture Minister Branislav Lecic, as well as the Ljubljana Mayor Vika Potocnik and Slovenia's Ambassador to Yugoslavia Borut Suklje.

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