CDP Expands Reach – Inaugural Office Opens in Belgrade

The Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) marked a significant milestone in its expansion strategy on Thursday, February 1st, with the grand opening of its first office outside the European Union, located at Milentija Popovića 7b, New Belgrade

The opening ceremony, held at 10:30 a.m., was a notable event, graced by the presence of key figures including CDP’s Executive Director, Dario Scannapieco, and the Italian Ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Luka Gori. Adding to the diplomatic gravitas of the occasion, Goran Aleksić, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and former Serbian Ambassador to Rome, was also in attendance.

Positioned in Serbia’s capital, the new CDP office is set to become a pivotal hub for the Western Balkans region. This strategic location is aligned with CDP’s broader objectives of enhancing its presence in regions with rapidly evolving economies. Establishing this office in Belgrade not only signifies a new chapter in Italian-Serbian relations but also paves the way for increased bilateral cooperation in sustainable economic development. The move is expected to foster a conducive environment for Italian companies eyeing expansion in the Western Balkans, strengthening economic ties between Italy and the region.

With this significant step, CDP reiterates its role as a key player in international development and cooperation, particularly in supporting the growth of Italian enterprises abroad. The new office in Belgrade is more than just a physical expansion; it symbolises the growing economic and diplomatic connections between Italy and the Western Balkans, promising a future of mutual growth and collaboration.

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