Serbian tourists visiting Greece could reach one million this summer
Serbian Ambassador to Greece Dušan Spasojević said that the number of Serbian tourists visiting Greece this year could reach one million, as a result of the problems recorded in Turkey.
Visiting the Volvi municipality in northern Greece, he said that many Serbs that would otherwise have gone to Turkey will now choose Greece for their holidays. He also added that a large number of the tourists from Serbia will visit Volvi.
He talked about the strong ties between Greece and Serbia, as well as the opportunities for investment Serbia now offers for Greek businesses.
Spasojević met with Volvi Mayor Diamantis Liamas in Asprovalta, accompanied by the management of the Greek-Serbian Chamber of Greece, representatives of local tourism associations and local business people.
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