At the opening of the exhibition, on November 2, 2018, as the host, the guests were first addressed by Dr. Milan Terzic, Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia, and then visitors were welcomed by H.E. Mrs. Dagmar Repčekova, Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Serbia and H.E. Mr. Tomaš Kuhta, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Serbia. Their addressing also meant opening the exhibition.
Exhibition has three parts. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic prepared the first part of the exhibition called "Czechoslovakian Sovereignty" in the form of posters. (11 posters).
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovakia prepared part "Hundred Years of Czechoslovakian Diplomacy" in the form of posters as well. (20+15 posters).
Third part comprises of 28 framed original photographs "Mine and Its Vicinity through the Lens of Vitezslav Kneiftl". Mr. Momčilo Paunović arranged the photographs. Austro-Hungarian officer of Czech nationality who was commander of the Rudnik district as occupier during the First World War took those photographs. During his stay in Šumadija, he made photos of people, important events and surrounding. Photographs were taken in 1917.
The exhibition will be opened to the public every working day up to November 20, 2018.