Under the patronage of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Serbia, the 10th International exhibition of arms and military equipment Partner 2021 will be held from the 11th to the 14th of October at the Belgrade Fair.
The Book Fair Board has on the meeting held on the 7th of October this year stated the common position of the publishers’ association regarding the non-existence of the necessary conditions for the successful realization of the 65th International Belgrade Book Fair.
The annual 10th International exhibition of arms and military equipment “Partner 2021”, the biggest and most important exhibition of arms and military equipment in the Southeastern Europe, will be held from the 11th to the 14th of October this year, the news was announced at the press conference held at the Belgrade Fair.
The exhibition under the name “Positive for life”, set on 21 panels in the open in front of the administratvie building, at the entrance to the Belgrade Fair space, represents an emotinal and documentary reminder of the still unfinished moments of history that this company is now living, but also its distant and great beginnings.
As a key representative of the exhibition industry of this part of Europe, the Belgrade Fair marks the biggest global holiday of Exhibition and Fair industry, in honor of the globally acclaimed humanitarian and vaccination activity, and also firmly awaiting the return to its own activity.
As the epidemiological situation in the country and the region is still unstable and uncertain, the Belgrade Fair made the decision to cancel the 64th International Fair of Technics and Technical Achievements, which was to be held from June 8 to 11, 2021.
March 21st is the International Forest Day. On that occasion, General Director of the Belgrade Fair Danka Selic and other guests, planted a large number of tree seedlings, in the presence of the Mayor of Belgrade, Dr. Zoran Radojicic, N.E. Ambassador of Great Britain, Shan McLeod and General Director of JKP “Zelenilo Beograd” Slobodan Stanojevic.
The International Building Trade Fair (SEEBBE), which was supposed to be held from April 21st to 24th, 2021, has been canceled. This decision was made due to the impossibility to timely, adequately, professionally and unconditionally make all the complex preparations for organizing such a large event.
In addition to already known risk groups that have priority, mass vaccination of citizens in the halls of the Belgrade Fair is happening every day.
Djordje Balasevic, a man who, from the turbulent bonaca of the “Pannonian Sea”, managed to unite friends and enemies, thieves and honest people, reality and fiction, good and bad, rich and poor, whole countries with lonely travelers through time, he died in Novi Sad at the age of 67.
Despite the best will and desire for the tourism and hospitality industry to gather in the Belgrade Fair’s halls, in order to start economic activities in probably the most severely affected branch of the industry, the Belgrade Fair has decided to postpone the 43rd Tourism Fair and the 17th Horeca Catering Equipment Fair. The current epidemiological situation still leaves no
Once again the Belgrade Fair served as an example of a good host and organizer this time in the context of successful mass vaccination of citizens at the high international level.
The Belgrade Fair has made the Hall 11 available to society and the health system for the needs of mass vaccination of citizens.
The Belgrade Fair is again the most advanced position in the trench battle against the epidemic of covid-virus. In the first part of 2020 the Belgrade Fair was the first and the best choice for hosting the covid-hospital, also it was not only domestic, but European leader in opposing this global disaster.
After Viktor Nemes and Zurab Datunashvili, who won bronze medals in the categories up to 77 and 87 kilograms, on the last day of the competition in the Greco-Roman style, Kristijan Fris won the same medal in the category up to 60 kilograms.