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We’re building together is the message with which a delegation of 40 Italian companies from the fields of construction, design and engineering came to Belgrade to meet with Serbian companies and institutions in the context of an intensive two-day programme of presentations and expert exhibitions organised by the Italian Agency for Foreign Trade, ICE, and its office in Belgrade .

The initiative Italy & Serbia: Building Together was launched with the aim of supporting Italian companies interested in the Serbian construction market and cooperation with Serbian companies in this field, and was organised with the assistance of the Embassy of Italy in Serbia and under the auspices of an extensive programme for promoting the Italian construction sector abroad that was jointly launched by the ICE Agency, the Italian National Association of Builders (ANCE) and the Association for Engineering, Architecture and Technical- Economic Consultancy (OICE).