HM King Peter II Coming Back to his Homeland

BELGRADE, Serbia, January 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Earthly remains of HM late King Peter II of Yugoslavia will be transferred to Belgrade, to the Royal Chapel of St. Andrew the First Called on Tuesday, 22 January 2013.

Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Crown Princess Katherine, Princes Peter, Philip and Alexander, together with Crown Princess Katherine's daughter Alison, will wait for their father, grandfather and father in law at the Belgrade Nikola tesla Airport on 2 pm. H.E. Mr. Ivica Dacic, Prime Minister of Serbia and Prof. Dr. Oliver Antic, advisor to the President of Serbia H.E. Mr. Tomislav Nikolic and member of the Committee for transfer of remains of members of the Royal Family, with representatives of the Army of Serbia will also attend the event.

His Holiness Patriarch Irinej of Serbia will serve the requiem for the late King starting on 3 pm, at the St. Andrew the First Called at the Royal Chapel in Dedinje.

Royal Family of Serbia

CONTACT: We kindly ask representatives of the media to send theiraccreditations for following the event at the Royal Palace on Tuesday, 22January 2013, at 3 pm, to contacts: Katarina Jakovljević, Sef sluzbe zaodnose s javnosću, Kraljevski Dvor, Beograd 11040, Srbija, Tel:+381-11-306-4003, Fax: +381-11-306-4040, GSM: +381 64 854 5526, Posetite; Katarina Jakovljevic, Head of Public Relations, TheRoyal Palace, Belgrade 11040, Serbia, Tel: +381-11-306-4003,Fax:+381-11-306 4040, GSM: +381-64-854-5526, Please visit:

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