The Annunciation Council (Serbian Cyrillic: Благовештенски сабор, Serbian Latin: Blagoveštenski sabor) was a council of ethnic Serbs in Austrian Empire which was held on 2 April 1861, on the day of the church holiday Annunciation.

Annunciation Council

Distinguished representatives of the Serbian people living in the Austro-Hungarian Empire met in the parliament and adopted a sixteen-point program. They accepted the emperor's condition that all Serbian demands should be made within Hungarian frameworks.[1]

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  1. ^ Dedijer, Vladimir; Božić, Ivan; Ćirković, Sima M. (1974). History of Yugoslavia. McGraw-Hill. p. 342. ISBN 9780070162358.

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