Thursday, June 3, 2010

Serb President opens business forum in Greece
THESSALONIKI -- At the end of his three-day official visit to Greece, Serbian President Boris Tadić today opened a business forum.

Tadić visits the Serb military cemetery in Thessaloniki (Tanjug)
Tadić visits the Serb military cemetery in Thessaloniki (Tanjug)

The event gathered leading businesspeople from Greece and Serbia in the Greek city of Thessaloniki.

The Serbian market has huge development potential and the prosperity of the Western Balkans can hardly be imagined without Serbia having a crucial role in it, Tadić said.

At the start of the forum Tadić underlined that Serbia offers the best business opportunities in the Balkans.

Serbia is the geographic, business and intellectual center of this region, and as one of the signatories of the CEFTA agreement and similar agreements with Russia, Belarus and Turkey, it offers the chance of export to the market with over 800 million consumers, the Serbian president said. ...

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