OBJAVLJENO 15.03.2024.

The Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Mostar, Vaso Gujić, visited the Mostar Fair.

A large number of exhibitors from Serbia attended the 25th International Business Fair in Mostar.

This year, the Republic of Serbia, through its Chamber of Commerce, will take part in the International Business Fair, scheduled to be held from April 16th to 20th in Mostar. Thirty exhibitors from Serbia will showcase their offerings on more than 270 square meters. It is expected that a high-ranking delegation from the Republic of Serbia will attend the fair on its opening day.

During this visit, the Consul General of the Republic of Serbia, Vaso Gujić, visited the Mostar Fair and discussed preparations for this year's event with the fair's director. Consul Gujić highlighted the significance of the fair in Mostar for Serbia and expressed the exhibitors' delight in participating there.

"For Serbia, economic cooperation with these regions is very important, and I hope that Serbia will participate at the highest level at the Mostar Fair this year as well," said the consul, emphasizing the promotional flight Belgrade - Mostar - Belgrade, which will greatly facilitate the arrival of exhibitors, visitors, and tourists from Serbia to Mostar and Herzegovina.

The director of the Mostar Fair, Dalfina Bošnjak, underscored the excellent cooperation with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce. "We are in daily contact with the Chamber. Currently, we are working on the appearance and arrangement of the stands to ensure that the exhibitors present themselves in the best possible manner. Our collaboration is very efficient," stated director Bošnjak.

At this year's 25th International Business Fair in Mostar, approximately 800 exhibitors from thirty countries will participate. The partner country is the Republic of Croatia. In addition to the main fair event, the Tourism Fair will be held as part of the International Economic Fair, where the tourism potential of Mostar and Herzegovina will be showcased, along with the indigenous varieties of Žilavka and Blatina wines. The evaluation of the wine samples received at the fair will take place on Monday, March 17, at the Mostar Fair premises, and awards and recognitions will be presented to the best winemakers as part of the general fair event."