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H.E. Alona Fisher-Kamm, Israeli Ambassador to Serbia, hosted a cocktail reception at her ambassadorial residence in honour of representatives of the Israeli business community, at which she noted that the potential for cooperation between the two countries in the economic domain is really large, emphasising that the embassy has recorded increased interest from both sides regarding the further development of economic cooperation.

The Ambassador expressed her satisfaction with the fact that Israeli companies are already active in numerous sectors in Serbia, such as agriculture, real estate, IT technology, pharmaceuticals, coffee processing, transport and hospitality.

She also underlined the exceptional importance of the introduction of new charter flights between Tel Aviv and Belgrade, in terms of bringing the two countries closer together and increasing tourist exchanges.

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