Serbia, Romania hold business forum in Belgrade

BELGRADE - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS) hosted on Thursday in Belgrade a Serbia-Romania business forum attended by 43 Serbian and 31 Romanian companies.

PKS representative Mihailo Vesovic said Serbia had welcomed a Romanian business delegation for the first time in a decade.

"A very important message to all businesspeople in Serbia, as well as to all political decision-makers, is that Romania is one of our most important European partners and one of the largest economies we share a border with, and one that is very significant strategically, due to the corridor, the link we have with it via the Danube, the link with the Black Sea and the Port of Constanta," Vesovic said.

He added that the focus after the forum would be on ways to contribute to an already enviably high level of trade cooperation.

"Our bilateral trade volume last...

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