Welcome to Leskovac!

dobrodosli_eng.jpgIn the heart of the spacious and fertile Leskovian valley, fifty kilometres long and forty five kilometres wide, lies the city of Leskovac. It abounds in a great variety of geographic features and tourist facilities which will attract even the most particular of visitors. Apart from this multitude of features and facilities, Leskovac is also an important transit centre, providing links to Southern Europe (Greece), North-Western Europe via Belgrade, the Adriatic Sea via Priština, and the Black Sea and the Eurasian corridor via Sophia. The territory of the municipality of Leskovac is situated at an altitude between 210 and 240 meters above sea level.

Cooperation Agreement between Leskovac and Kavala ПДФ Штампај Е-пошта

Thanks to the cooperation between the Regional Chamber of Commerce Leskovac and Chamber of this Greek city, entrepreneurs from southern Serbia traditionally present themselves in Kavala Fair.

At the stand of the Regional Chamber of Commerce Leskovac, fair visitors were able to taste and buy ajvar, confectionery products, wines and brandies and get catalogs of furniture manufacturers from southern Serbia.

Representatives of the local government of Leskovac visited Kavala Fair. On that occasion, Deputy Mayor of Leskovac,Dragan Jovanovic and Mayor of Kavala signed a Cooperation Agreement.

Deputy Mayor Dragan Jovanovic said that document created formal preconditions for closer cooperation, which would, hopefully, lead to a greater exchange of goods and services between the two cities.

He expressed the hope that upon the completion of the Green Zone project, Leskovac would become a distribution center for agricultural and food products, and as such, an interest to the Greek businessmen.

Mayor of Kavala reminded of the true friendship and close economic ties between Serbia and Greece, adding that after Bosanska Gradiska, Vranje and Kraljevo, Leskovac was the third Serbian city which signed the Cooperation Agreement.

President of the Chamber of Commerce of Kavala, Angelos Tsatsouluis, said that Serbian producers should offer food products to the Greek market, because during the tourist season, Greece imports large quantities of food.

President of the Regional Chamber of Commerce Leskovac, Goran Jovic, also attended the meeting as the initiator of establishing closer business contacts between entrepreneurs and politicians of the two regions.

At EXPO 2013, products were exhibited by 150 companies from Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Turkey, Serbia, Greece and Cyprus.



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