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Traditional diplomatic Charity Bazaar, organized every December by the International Women’s Club (IWC), attracted a large number of visitors this year.

Serbian basketball player Nataša Kovačević officially opened this year’s bazaar, where 40 diplomatic missions exhibited products of their home countries. 

Ambassador of India to Serbia, H.E. Narinder Chauhan said she is glad that Belgraders turned up in such a large numbers. She added that tea and spices were the most popular products at the Indian booth.

Mrs. Milica Lundin, wife of Ambassador of Sweden, said the bazaar “is a wonderful event, as it gives Belgrade citizens a chance to get to know different cultures.”

Visitors enjoyed Swedish pickled herrings, Russia tea from the original samovar, delicious Belgian chocolate, Brazilian traditional fudge balls called brigadeiros, carrot and kiwi jam from Iran, Austrian tasty apple strudel…

Members of the diplomatic corps of the participating countries, together with the citizens of Belgrade, enjoyed this humanitarian event with a musical program, delicious food and pre-holiday mood.

The proceeds of the Charity Bazaar will be donated to the marginalised and vulnerable groups.