The 22nd Belgrade Economic Forum will be held on Monday and Tuesday, December 5-6, at the Metropol Palace Hotel in Belgrade.
The Forum is held under the patronage of the Foreign Investors Council, the Hellenic Business Association and the Association of Business Women of Serbia, and this year’s topic will be quite diverse – from energy and connectedness in the Balkans to digitalization, inflation and the future of retail.
This year, the speakers will include Goran Vesić, Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure; Jelena Begović, Minister of Science, Technological Development and Innovation; Radeta Basta, Minister of Agriculture; as well as Martina Dvorak, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.
The panellists will include the National Bank of Serbia Vice Governor Ana Ivković; Nikola Dimitrov, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of North Macedonia; Anika Ben David, Ambassador of Sweden to Serbia; Urs Schmid, Ambassador of Switzerland to Serbia; Anke Konrad, Ambassador of Germany to Serbia; Luca Gori, Ambassador of Italy to Serbia; Nikola Antiparmakov, member of the Fiscal Council of Serbia; Dejan Šoškić, professor at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade; Dragan Đuričin, a regular member of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences; Peter Grk, Secretary General of Bled Strategic Forum; Jelica Minić, President of the European Movement in Serbia; Milan Vićentić, member of the executive board of Eurobank; Dejan Janjatović, member of the executive board of NLB Bank; Vladimir Vasić, Secretary General of the Association of Serbian Banks; Yulia Ustyugova, IMF representative for Serbia and others.
For more information, please visit the Forum’s official website – https://economicsummit.rs/
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