CEN/CENELEC General Assembly next year in Belgrade

Acting Assistant Minister Nikola Vitas held a meeting with the director of the Institute for Standardization of Serbia, Tatjana Bojanić, on the topic of the organization of the CEN/CENELEC General Assembly.

On this occasion, representatives of 34 CEN-CENELEC member countries will get to know Serbian standardization, but also our country as an attractive destination for investments.

"This is an ideal opportunity that we can use not only to improve the quality infrastructure but also to promote the wide offer and culture of our country. Serbia has a lot to offer and say, it is a great honor and pleasure that we will have the opportunity to organize such an important event," said Vitas.

 As he stated, today our country is a strong and modern, where people are happy to come, and the Serbian economy showed the world in times of crisis due to the corona virus epidemic, how good results can be achieved with responsible politics. 

As a reminder, the holding of the CEN/CENELEC General Assembly in 2023 in Belgrade was announced by showing a promotional video at this year's General Assembly of the European standardization organizations CEN and CENELEC in Prague. 

The video material was prepared with the support of the project "EU for Serbia - support for safer products" within the component that includes the promotion of standardization and the current campaign aimed at raising the awareness of consumers and business entities about technical regulations, standards and best practices aligned with European rules. 

The Institute for Standardization of Serbia is the only national body for standardization in the Republic. The founder of the Institute is the Government of the Republic of Serbia, and the video announcing the General Assembly of European Organizations for Standardization in Belgrade is available on the ISS YouTube channel.