Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of Serbia Rasim Ljajic talked to Minister of Economic Development and Technology of Slovenia Zdravko Pocivalsek about the further enhancement of economic relations of the two countries on Tuesday, November 14, the Government of the Republic of Serbia says in its press release.
Ljajic and Pocivalsek agreed for representatives of the two ministries to prepare a detailed action plan for the joint presentation in third markets as soon as possible, with special focus on the markets of China, Vietnam and Africa.
The action plan would aim to increase the export of Serbia and Slovenia to the said markets, as well as to attract tourists, especially Chinese ones, considering the new trends and habits of tourists to visit several countries in a single trip.
They also agreed on having a travel forum of Serbia and Slovenia organized in early 2019, where the focus would be on new form of cooperation between the travel economies of the two countries in the segments of spa and wellness tourism, the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications says in its press release.
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