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The Belgrade international tourism fair held this year for the 40th time at the Belgrade Fair from 22 to 25 February.

Prime Minister  Ana Brnabić opened the jubilee event, with other speeches by Rasim Ljajić, Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Siniša Mali, Mayor of Belgrade and Elena Kontoura, a minster from Greece which is this year’s partner for the tourism fair.

Around 1,200 exhibitors from 55 countries around the world are taking part this year. Ambassadors from India, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Greece, Turkey and Palestine visited their countries’ stands.

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