The Mayor of Novi Sad, Miloš Vučević and Robert Čoban, Director of Diplomacy&Commerce magazine, played hosts to ambassadors and deputy ambassadors of Brazil, Switzerland, Indonesia, Tunisia, Mexico, Cyprus and Montenegro in Novi Sad.
The guests, who had the opportunity to get acquainted with the rich history of Novi Sad, included H.E. Eduardo Barbosa, Ambassador of Brazil and his wife, H.E. Philippe Guex, Ambassador of Switzerland, H.E. Mochammad Chandra Widya Yudha, Ambassador of Indonesia, Indira Stevia, Third Secretary of the Indonesian Embassy, Professor Dragan Trivan, PhD, Honorary Consul at the Embassy of Tunisia, H.E. Marco Antonio García Blanco, Ambassador of Mexico, H.E. Constantinos Eliades, Ambassador of Cyprus, H.E. Tarzan Milošević, Ambassador of Montenegro and Ljiljana Čampara, First Advisor to the Consul of Montenegro in Vojvodina.
As part of the concept called “Walking Dinner with the Mayor of Novi Sad,” the ambassadors met at the Atina restaurant, which until 1944 was called “Kod Dornštetera”, after the war “Moskva,” from 1948 to 1991 ” Zagreb”, and since then “Atina”.
Dinner continued with the main course, accompanied by the tamburitza music at the Lazin Salaš restaurant, which is located in the building which once housed “Talija”, the printing shop of the Serbian National Theatre.
The dinner ended at “Carigrad”, one of the oldest pastry shops in Novi Sad, which dates back to 1936.
On their way back to Belgrade, the ambassadors were gifted with the traditional kurtoš cake to take with them. Apatin Brewery was the event’s general sponsor.