18 November 2021

Serbian state institutions and media representatives have been reporting on the recipient of the Nikola Tesla Award, Dr. Vladimir Cmiljanovic

Dr. Vladimir Cmiljanovic, CEO and founder of Swiss Rockets AG and RocketVax AG, has been named as the recipient of the 2021 Nikola Tesla Award for his accomplishments in the field of science.

Nikola Tesla Award is a prestigious, national award given by the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The laureates of this award are prominent individuals of Serbian origin who have contributed to the promotion of Serbia and the strengthening of ties between the motherland and Serbs in the region and the diaspora.

Dr. Vladimir Cmiljanovic has been named as the recipient of the Nikola Tesla Award for advocating the achievements of Serbian scientists in the world through his scientific attainments in the field of oncology, as well as for leading the team of experts in the development of the second generation of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine.

Since the award is of national importance, official state institutions and media representatives paid special attention to this event.

To read the full report given by The Government of the Republic of Serbia, click on the file below:

The Government of the Republic of Serbia – News

To see the interviews that Dr. Vladimir Cmiljanovic gave on this occasion, watch the videos below:

 Source: PRVA TV


Source: RTS


Source: K1 TV/Youtube


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