Vučić, hosts "Wine Vision Open Balkan": "This looks magnificent" VIDEO

Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovaevski, President of Montenegro Jakov Milatovi and President of the Italian Veneto Region, Luca Zaia, also took part in the ceremony.
"Everyone who makes wine in Montenegro has come," said the president in his conversation with Milatovi.
"This looks magnificent, and I invite all citizens of Serbia to come in the days ahead. My thanks go to all the people who worked hard, day and night to do something like this," said the president.
The president visited some wineries' stands with the guests before the ceremony.
"The largest number of our technologists were educated in Italy. Most of the people learned the trade, came back and did a lot," said the president.

Vui: Small wineries are the carriers of the development of the wine industry in Serbia Foto: TANJUG/ JADRANKA ILI/ bg

Small wineries are the carriers of the development of the Serbian wine industry and they have contributed to the increasing consumption of local wines, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vui during a visit to the second international fair "Wine Vision of the Open Balkans".
He stated that Serbia now has 467 small wineries and that their number has increased tenfold compared to five years ago.
"These small wineries and our brave people are the carriers of the development of the wine industry. They export and sell on the domestic market, and more and more of their domestic wines are being sold," emphasized Vui.
According to him, some of those small wineries in poor parts of our country contributed to enriching those parts in an excellent way.
Vui wished luck and success to all exhibitors during the tour of their stands and tasted different types of wine during the tour of the...

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