Charles talks about Mother Teresa and Rita Ora in the Serbian Parliament

 Prince of Wales, Charles, in his visit in Serbia this week talked about a very important Albanian person that left traces in this world, Mother Teresa, and about Rita Ora, a very successful Albanian songstress that continues to inspire actual generation toward the positive site of life.

He held a speech in the Parliament of Serbia in Belgrade, where, among other things, talked about reconciliation in the region, and mentioned Mother Teresa and Rita Ora.

"Today, people from the Balkans are known in Britain in many areas: in contemporary music, Rita Ora (which I had the great pleasure to hear, singing for the first time in London last week) ..." said Prince Charles.

"You have many iconic heroes from this region. Mother Teresa was, of course, an ethnic Albanian born in Macedonia, the Catholic faith. Something she said offers an important message for all of us, whatever our faith or nationality, she said that "we ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be more shallow if it was not that drop," said Charles in the Parliament of Serbia.

He added that the reconciliation requires the commitment of all, the leaders of states and religions, to the ordinary people in their towns and villages.

"I can assure you that Britain is with you, as you build your common future. Peace and stability in the region means that all of us, whether in the Balkans, whether in the UK or anywhere else will be able to enjoy a more secure future and prosperity. Together, we can build this future," said the Prince of Wales in Belgrade..

Charles talks about Mother Teresa and Rita Ora in the Serbian Parliament Charles talks about Mother Teresa and Rita Ora in the Serbian Parliament Saturday, March 19, 2016 Rating: 5
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