InFocus Italy is out today as the first ever D&C bilingual Italian/English issue!

With a great honour, Diplomacy&Commerce presents the very first bilingual Italian-English issue, entirely dedicated to Italian business in Serbia called Italia e Serbia – Forza di un partenariato affidabile, or in English, Italy and Serbia: Strenght of reliable partnership. We would like to thank to the Embassy of Italy in Belgrade and to H.E. Giuseppe Manzo, Italian Ambassador, and to Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, dr. Giorgio Ambrogio Marchegiani, Mr. Oliver Lepori and Mrs. Marija Savić.


The publication opens by the interview with Serbian PM, Aleksandar Vučić, in which he gave an overview on bilateral and economic cooperation between the two countries. Moreover, Mr. Vučić refers on the pillars of the new Government, and further implementation of reforms.

InFocus-Italy: Strength of Reliable Partnership has the aim to present the most recent data on all aspects of cooperation and to point out trends in economic relations between Italy and Serbia. This is achieved through the interviews with the representatives from the highest Italian officials, Gian Domenico Auricchio, President of the Assocamerestero as well as with the representatives form the largest Italian investors and Serbian companies.

Last but not least, we would like to thank to all participants, companies and organisations who recognised the importance, and contributed with their participation to the quality of this unique and exclusive issue.

In focus – Italy will be distributed on 2nd of June 2016 at the reception on the occasion of the National Day of Italy.

Print issue will be distributed to the economic, business and diplomatic community in Serbia. Moreover, the publication will be distributed in Italy to the most important Italian institutions, business association and companies.

Online edition will be posted on the websites of Diplomacy&Commerce, Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Italian Embassy.

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