The government’s Crisis Response Unit has given the Novi Sad Fair permission to hold the 88th International Agricultural Fair, the 53rd International Hunting and Fishing Fair and the Ecology Fair from September 18 to 24, on the Fair’s grounds.
The Novi Sad Fair will apply all valid health protocols which imply that both visitors and exhibitors will either have to present either a digital green certificate (proof of vaccination or that they had COVID-19) or a negative rapid antigen test or a PCR test.
The International Agricultural Fair is a key agribusiness event in this part of Europe and a place where the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management and all relevant provincial and city institutions of Novi Sad present their subsidies for agricultural production, and exhibitors their latest achievements in agriculture, products and experiences.
In addition to numerous domestic exhibitors, companies from the Czech Republic, which is the Fair’s partner country, Italy, Spain, Belarus, Poland, the Netherlands, Turkey and neighbouring countries are expected to take part in the Agricultural Fair.
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