The Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Tatjana Matić, stated today that “there is complementarity of economic structures, traditional business relations and natural.geographical knowledge between Serbia and Italy”, as well as that over 1,250 active companies with a majority participation of Italian are registered in Serbia. capital “, it was announced from her Ministry.

At the ceremonial opening of the most modern technical gas plant in Europe, within the Istrabenz Plini factory in Krnješevci, Matić said that the cooperation between the two countries is characterized by “a large volume of trade, which in the last eight years ranged from 3.3 billion euros to four billion euros “.

“I want to express my belief that in the coming period, economic relations between Serbia and Italy will continue to deepen and improve in all areas of common interest, and that cooperation will remain intensive and successful,” Matic said.

The opening of the factory in Krnjaševci was also attended by the president of the SAID group, Robert Sestini, and the ambassador of Italy to Serbia, Carl Lo Caso.

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