The Italian Ambassador to Serbia, Luca Gori, went on a mission to Kragujevac, a city in central Serbia, together with the local representative of Confindustria Serbia, Maurizio Panizzo. There, he met Italian entrepreneurs operating in the area and the President of the Regional Chamber of Commerce, Predrag Lučić.
The Italian Ambassador was, among other things, received by the Mayor of Kragujevac, Nikola Dašić, with whom he discussed the role of Italian companies in the region and possible future collaborations in the economic, cultural, and technological innovation spheres, and visited the city’s Data Centre.
“Kragujevac,” said Ambassador Gori, “plays a central role in the relations between Italy and Serbia, with about 50 companies with Italian capital operating in the area. Thanks to the contribution of Italian entrepreneurs and the allied industries created by their companies, this area hosts one of the most important industrial districts in the country. The Kragujevac Innovation District and its Data Centre,” Gori added, “demonstrate how Serbia offers advanced infrastructure and is ready to welcome high-tech investments. In the coming months, we will work with the Kragujevac authorities, in particular, in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence.”