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The Fourth Edition of the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World will take place in Serbia from 18 to 24 November and is organised by the Italian Embassy in Belgrade in cooperation with the Italian Cultural Institute (IIC), the Italian Agency for Foreign Trade (ICE), the Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCIS), Confindustria Serbia, the Vice Honorary Consulate of Italy in Subotica, supported by Italian and Serbian companies.

Read: Ambassador Carlo Lo Cascio on the Week of Italian Cuisine

Generali, Mercator and Hilton support the program of the 2019 World Italian Cuisine Week. The latter will offer a special menu of the Executive Chef Mirco Nocchetti at “Two Kings restaurant”, starting today, throughout the week.

The Fourth Week of the Italian Cuisine in the World and its rich program of events in 110 countries around the world, promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, is associated to the campaign “Water Emergency Contribution” (“Contributo emergenza acqua”). This campaign of the Municipality of Venice to support the city, which was severely damaged by high water, will be reiterated at each event, and moments of reflection on the events of the last days will be proposed.


Embassy of Italy Announcement
Let’s Help Venice! Pomozimo Veneciji!
The Embassy of Italy embraces the appeal launched by the Mayor of Venice, Luigi Brugnaro, inviting everyone to contribute to the campaign for the high water emergency.“Venice is Italy’s pride, Venice is everybody’s heritage and a unique place in the world. Thanks to your help it will shine again”. Donations can be transferred to the following bank account. Thank you!
Bank account name: Comune di Venezia-Emergenza acqua alta
Reason for payment: Contributo emergenza acqua
IBAN: IT 24 T 03069 02117 100000 018767
BIC (for foreign bank transfers): BCITITMM

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