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Belgian Serbian Business Association (BSBA), headed by its President Mr Hugo van Veghel, hosted a dinner party for outgoing Ambassador H.E. Leo D’aes and his wife Ms Monique Driesmans D’aes, who are departing Belgrade after completing a successful four-year term in Serbia. 

The event held at the restaurant Mala Fabrika Ukusa was attended by members of the BSBA, associates and friends.

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