Serbian Royal Family hosts investors from Switzerland at White Palace

Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia hosted a reception at the White Palace for the visit of prominent businesspersons, bankers and investors from Switzerland to Serbia, co-organized by the Embassy of Switzerland and Wolsfberg...

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Serbian Royal Family hosts investors from Switzerland at White Palace



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 13.05.2013

Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia hosted a reception at the White Palace for the visit of prominent businesspersons, bankers and investors from Switzerland to Serbia, co-organized by the Embassy of Switzerland and Wolsfberg platform for management and business development.

The reception gathered H.E. Mr. Nebojsa Stefanovic, Speaker of the Parliament of Republic of Serbia, members of the National Assembly, members of diplomatic corps, H.E. Mr. Abdelkader Mesdoua, Ambassador of Algeria, H.E. Mr. Majid Hamlaoui, Ambassador of Tunisia, H.E. Mr. Abdellah Zagour, Ambassador of Morocco, H.E. Mr. Mehmet Kemal Bozay, Ambassador of Turkey, H.E. Mr. Heinz Wilhelm, Ambassador of Germany, H.E. Mr. William Infante, UN Resident Coordinator to Serbia, eminent experts of the Serbian economy, prominent artists, writers for the sake of development of future cooperation and understanding between the two countries with the aim of improving the economy and investment opportunities in Serbia. HRH Crown Prince Alexander, Wolfsburg's CEO Mr. Tony Šonberger and H.E. Mr. Jean-Daniel Ruch, Swiss Ambassador to Serbia spoke on behalf of cooperation between the two countries and further prospect for growth. Source; Royalfamily.org


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