Despite the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, by the end of November, the Belgrade Fair will hold five traditional fair events dedicated to energy, ecology, emergencies and safety at work, ethno-gastronomy, skiing equipment and tourism.
The International Energy Fair, the largest annual regional gathering of companies, corporations, institutions and professionals from the fields of electricity, coal, oil and gas, renewable energy, energy efficiency and mining, will be held from 23 to 25 November, said Aleksandr Ivković, deputy director of the Belgrade Fair’s business affairs sector.
At the same time, the International Fair on the Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources (Eko-Fer) will be held, as well as, from Tuesday to Thursday, the International Fair on Prevention and Response to Emergency Situations and Safety and Health at Work – 112 Expo.
From Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th, there will be two other very interesting and popular events: the Ethno-gastronomy Fair and Expo Zim, which has been kicking off the ski season for several years now.
The Fair’s Deputy Director underlines that all visitors and exhibitors will be safe, the prescribed epidemiological measures will be respected and disinfection equipment will be provided, while it will be possible to get vaccinated in Hall 7 as usual.
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