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Italian Ambassador H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio and Prof. Dr Ivanka Popović, Rector of the University of Belgrade, opened the Serbian-Italian meeting on the goals of sustainable development.

The meeting was organised by the Embassy of Italy, the Italian Culture Institute, the University of Belgrade, the Serbian branch of the Roman Club and the Association of Italian and Serbian Scientists and Scholars – AIS3, and is dedicated to topics that are firmly related to our wellbeing, as well as the benefit of future generations.

Among the scientists who attended this occasion from abroad is Professor from University of Florence Dr Ugo Bardi and Professor from the Polytechnic University of Turin Dr Angelo Tartaglia.