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To mark the 40th anniversary of its existence, Bernardin Hotels from Portorož, Slovenia, organised a celebration for its friends and business partners from Serbia.

The host was top chef Sandi Mikolič, who used selected ingredients brought from Slovenia to prepare authentic dishes from Slovenian-Istrian cuisine live.

On behalf of Bernardin Hotels, guests were welcomed by Mojca Gobin, MICE Department Manager, and Eva Ržen Rajh, Sales Manager – Leisure.

The cocktail reception was attended by representatives of the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Belgrade – Miha Vilar, head of the consular department, and Goran Križ, economic attaché – as well as Danijela Fišakov, President of the Management Board of the Slovenian Business Club, representatives of the British Embassy, the Vice President the Belgrade International Women’s Club, as well as numerous personalities from business and public life.

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