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A photography exhibition entitled “Grand tour of Switzerland”, organised jointly by the Switzerland Tourism organisation, the Embassy of Switzerland in Belgrade and the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, has opened at Kalemegdan Fortress and will run until 4th August.

The opening of the exhibition ‘Grand Tour Of Switzerland’ was attended by H.E Philippe Guex, Swiss Ambassador to Serbia and Federico Sommaruga, Market Development Manager at Switzerland Tourism, while the hosts were Yana Mikhailova, President of the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Nestlé Adriatic Regional Director, Ana Grujović, Executive Director of the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, and Andrej Reljić from the Swiss-Serbian Diaspora.

All agreed that the two countries shared the same sensitivity and hospitality towards foreign visitors and that this event is an ideal opportunity for Serbian citizens to become better acquainted with Switzerland’s cultural and natural treasures.