A “virtual museum of Zoran Djindjic,” the slain prime minister of Serbia, is to be launched later this month to coincide with the eight anniversary of the assassination. According to Vreme magazine, the online presentation will feature exhibits ranging from his personal library and PC to published work, unpublished notes or audio recordings.

 According to the project’s creator, Vitomir Jevremović, the presentation will come with interactive elements and is partly designed with a view to attracting younger generations.

Tihomir Loza

Tihomir Loza is deputy director of Transitions Online. Email: tihomir.loza@tol.org

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