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Italy A Partner-country At The International Agricultural Fair

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The 90th International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad featured over 1,100 exhibitors from 26 countries.

Italy served as the partner country this year, and their collaboration with other organisers made this event truly memorable. Jelena Tanasković, the Minister of Agriculture of Serbia, and Francesco Lollobrigida, the Minister of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty, and Forests of Italy, inaugurated the jubilee fair.

Italy’s involvement as a partner country added significance to the occasion. The event provided a platform for exhibitors to showcase their products, technologies, and innovations related to agriculture.

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