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The Embassy of Greece in Belgrade, in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia (PKS) and Greek development agency “Enterprise Greece”, organised a Serbian-Greek business forum entitled Serbia-Greece: Business Opportunities in the Field of Food and Beverages, which was held at Belgrade’s Hotel Metropol Palace on 20th November.

The forum included the participation of 22 Greek and 60 Serbian companies from the food and beverage sector.

Expressing his satisfaction with the business gathering, Charalambos Kounalakis, minister plenipotentiary for economic and commercial affairs at the Embassy of Greece in Belgrade, explained to those in attendance the situation in the Greek economy with regard to the food sector and its contribution to Greece’s GDP, as well as highlighting the opportunities available to both Serbian and Greek companies.