The third International Fair of Fruit, Vegetables and Wine, Agro Belgrade 2022, took place from 27-29 2022, at the Belgrade Fair.
During the three days, this fair-conference event hosted more than 500 Serbian and international producers, processors, and distributors of fruit and vegetables who showcased their wares. These firms were joined by manufacturers and distributors of agricultural machinery and equipment, seed producers, and many companies specialising in plant protection and fertilisers. producers, processors, and distributors of fruit and vegetables who showcased their wares. In attendance were firms from the region (Republic of Srpska, North Macedonia, Albania) and further afield, including companies from Russia, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, the Netherlands…
The event was formally opened by the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Branislav Nedimovic, who pointed out that Serbia exported fruits and vegetables for one billion euros in 2021, while in the future will continue with opening new markets.
The opening ceremony was also attended by the Deputy Mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesic, the USAID Mission Director for Serbia, Susan K. Fritz, the North Macedonian Minister of Agriculture, Ljupco Nikolovski, the Albanian Minister of Agriculture, Frida Krisca, and the Minister of Agriculture of Republic of Srpska, Boris Pasalic.
A part of the fair was also the three-day conference, with eight panel discussions and more than 30 Serbian and foreign speakers. Among them were eminent experts in the field of market and placement of fresh fruits, transport of fruits and vegetables, financing of fruit and vegetable growing, irrigation, berry production, wine growing and winemaking. Panel discussions, as well as a recapitulation of the entire event, are available on our official YouTube channel.
Visit the gallery to see key moments from the third International Fruit, Vegetable, and Wine Fair, Agro Belgrade 2022.
The main partners of the Agro Belgrade 2020 fair were the Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, City of Belgrade Secretariat for the Economy, and the USAID Competitive Economy Project.