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The Representative office will be engaged in bringing Vienna and Belgrade closer together and implementing projects in Belgrade and elsewhere in Serbia that are of interest to Vienna.

Eurocomm-PR operates under Wien Holding, along with over 70 other city companies. The opening was attended by executives from Eurocomm-PR from Vienna – Marcin Kotlowski and Markus Pöllhuer – who provided a short presentation about the plans and activities.

The City of Vienna has had its own office in Belgrade since 1996, under the management of a private company. As of 1st January this year, all of the City’s missions – in Belgrade, Budapest, Krakow, Ljubljana, Prague, Sarajevo, Sofia and Zagreb – are now managed by the City itself.