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Serbia’s Zlatibor and Croatia’s Labin Unite in Tourism Pact

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In a step to strengthen international ties within the tourism industry, Zlatibor from Serbia and Labin from Croatia have come together to sign a Cooperation Protocol. This historic accord was formalized at the impressive 45th International Tourism Fair in Belgrade, marking the beginning of a collaborative journey aimed at boosting tourism, cultural interactions, and sports between these two renowned destinations.

The agreement was sealed by the signatures of Astrid Glavičić, the distinguished leader of Labin’s Tourist Board, and Vladimir Živanović, who heads the Tourist Organization of Zlatibor. Their commitment to this pact not only signifies a shared vision for prosperity but also sets the stage for joint initiatives designed to enhance the tourism appeal of both areas.

The protocol lays down an extensive plan for joint projects encompassing promotional efforts, developmental strategies, and the cultivation of global tourism markets. It also emphasizes the importance of sharing knowledge and best practices, with the aim of creating a fertile educational landscape for tourism professionals.

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The signing event was attended by key figures from the tourism sector of Labin, highlighting a unified effort to achieve the goals set out in the protocol. Glavičić spoke passionately about the intent to broaden perspectives and align business strategies, while also praising Labin’s well-developed tourism infrastructure and its growing focus on outdoor tourism.

This international alliance not only demonstrates a commitment to cooperation but also signals the dawn of future partnerships, anticipated to bring about a phase of continuous development and cultural exchange in the tourism industries of Serbia and Croatia.

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