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Members of the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SSCC) visited the Science Technology Park (STP) Belgrade.

Established with the aim of creating a favourable environment for developing links between industry, universities and research organisations, and stimulating technological development, innovation, commercialisation and development of the knowledge-based economy, STP was established with the support of the Swiss Government’s State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO.

Formally opened by Swiss Federal Councillor Johann Schneider-Ammann in 2015, this technopark has become a major player in the innovation ecosystem. STP is today home to 47 companies, including two Swiss companies.