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With the support of the Italian Embassy, the Italy – Serbia Business Forum was held today in Belgrade, organised by Confindustria Serbia, the most important association of Italian production and service companies, in cooperation with GreenHill Advisory of Rome.

The focus of this business forum, which welcomed 30 Italian companies, was to present opportunities for cooperation between Italian and Serbian companies on projects in the fields of infrastructure, environmental protection, energy and information technologies.

Opening the forum, Italian Ambassador Carlo Lo Cascio said: “Italy and Serbia enjoy privileged economic relations. For our part, we continue to give the highest priority to developing our relations with Belgrade, which was confirmed among other things by a recent visit by Italian Prime Minister Conte, a record trade exchange, Italy’s participation as a partner country at the International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad and the constant arrival of new Italian investors.”

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