The first Agro Belgrade 2020 was held in the period from January 30 to February 1, 2020.
The fair and conference were organized with the support of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, USAID’s Competitive Economy Project and the Secretariat for Economy of the City of Belgrade, and the event was officially opened by Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Branislav Nedimovic.
Over 500 domestic and foreign buyers of fruits and vegetables, domestic producers, cooperatives, producers and distributors of agricultural equipment and machinery, seed houses, as well as a large number of experts in the field of plant protection and nutrition presented themselves on 20,000 m2 of fair space. Representatives of foreign and regional fairs in the field of fruit growing, viticulture and vegetables, nurseries and inputs for agricultural production, manufacturers and distributors of drones and other surveillance technologies, producers of greenhouses and hothouses, experts in the field of irrigation, hail protection and sun protection, and an exhibition of the most modern machines for the production, processing and packaging of fruits and vegetables, as well as delivery vehicles, was shown. Among them were about 40 regional and foreign exhibitors from Italy, India, Ukraine, England, Turkey, the Netherlands, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece and Germany.
The fair was accompanied by a conference during which relevant experts and representatives of institutions, organizations and companies in the field of fruit, vegetables and viticulture discussed current challenges such as the application of modern technological solutions in agriculture, organic production, EU agricultural policy and the effects of climate change on food production.
How it was at the first International Fair of Fruit, Vegetable and Viticulture, Agro Belgrade 2020, you can see in the gallery HERE.