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EU Delegation Visits Fruška Gora’s Key Projects

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Emanuel Giofre, the European Union’s Ambassador to Serbia, conducted a tour alongside ambassadors from EU member states to examine three projects financed by the EU in the Fruška Gora region, announced the EU Delegation.

During their visit, the EU member state ambassadors reviewed two cross-border tourism projects involving Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia, as well as the Kovačević winery, the statement detailed.

“These three projects, with a combined value exceeding two million euros, demonstrate the EU’s robust support for Serbia, as well as direct benefits to its citizens, particularly at the local level. Over the years, the EU has assisted numerous individuals in transforming their dreams into reality by supporting their entrepreneurial ventures. Moreover, the Union has invested in the protection and promotion of Serbia’s rich cultural heritage and tourism potential, aiming to achieve further economic growth and development,” conveyed Ambassador Giofre.

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