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The Australian Embassy in Belgrade hosted a reception to mark the launch of activities in Serbia for the newly-founded Australian-Serbian Chamber Commerce-ASCC, which aims to familiarise local economic players and key interlocutors with the chamber’s mission, plans and work to date in both Australia and Serbia.

Attendees were addressed by H.E. Julia Feeney, Australian Ambassador to Serbia, who expressed the Embassy’s support for the forming chamber, highlight aspects of successful cooperation to date and wished the Chamber success in its further work.

“What Serbia can offer are high quality and competitive personnel and experience, while on the other side Australia can bring the modern technology and relevant processes that are successfully applied in our country,” said Igor Savić, Director of the Representative Office of the Australian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce in Serbia.

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