First Deputy Prime Minister and the head of Serbian diplomacy enjoyed at Opernball in Vienna
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić attended, at the invitation of Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Kristian Strahe, most prestigious ball in Europe, the main event of the Bavarian season in Austria, Opernball.
At Vienna Opera Ball, the head of Serbian diplomacy enjoyed the company of his wife Sanja, and before the entrance to the Vienna Opera they were greeted by Austrians who gathered to seek an autograph, the statement said. It is added that Dačić, as he had previously promised, was wearing tailcoat and butterfly bow Dačić, in addition to Strahe who invited him, had the opportunity to see with canceller Sebastian Kurz.
This year’s Vienna Opera Ball turned into a diplomatic dance-fest Thursday night as Austrian leaders sent varying political signals through the choice of their guests.Austria’s President Alexander Van der Bellen showed off his liberal credentials by inviting the half-sister of previous US president Barack Obama.
Conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz chose North Macedonian Premier Zoran Zaev as his guest of honour, highlighting his support for closer EU-Balkan ties.
Some 5,000 people that waltzed at the Vienna State Opera, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.
Photo: Tanjug Serbia