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NALED bid farewell to the summer and launched the new season of reforms with the traditional September Gathering held at the White Palace.

The reception was attended by more than 800 members and partners – state and local leaders, businesses, representatives of the international community and diplomatic community.

Guests were addressed by Vladimir Novaković, President of NALED Managing Board, Dubravka Negre, Head of EIB Western Balkans Regional Representation, H.E. Kyle Scott, U.S. Ambassador to Serbia and Ana Brnabić, Prime Minister of Serbia.

The event presented the cultural offer of five cities and municipalities participating in NALED’s annual campaign Art of Serbia, through an exhibition of artwork reproductions by our renowned painters – Uroš Predić (Pančevo), Milena Pavlović Barili (Požarevac), Sava Šumanović and Ilija Bašičević Bosilj (Šid), Milan Konjović (Sombor) and Mihailo Milovanović (Užice).

Guests also had the opportunity to taste the Selection of food, wine and other specialities with geographic origin – Flavors of Serbia.

NALED September Gathering is a unique opportunity to expand the network of business contacts, meet old friends and partners, but also enjoy an exhibition of artwork reproductions by Serbian distinguished painters and taste the flavours of selected local specialities, food and wine with geographic origin.

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