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Confindustria Serbia hosted a Welcome Back Cocktail Party at the Crystal Hotel in Belgrade. 

The event aimed to bring Confindustria’s members, friends and partners together in a pleasant atmosphere after the summer break, in the presence of Ambassador of Italy to Belgrade, H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio.

In addition to the members of Confindustria Serbia, among the numerous guests, there were also representatives of international and Serbian institutions, as well as representatives of Serbian companies.



The gathering was also an opportunity to welcome the companies that have joined the network of Confindustria Serbia in recent months.

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