Serbia and Hungary have set up a working group to create “a joint tourist product” for third markets.

This was agreed during the meeting in Belgrade on Tuesday between Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic, and Hungary’s Ambassador in Belgrade Attila Pinter.

Ljajic and Pinter “discussed concrete steps to promote cooperation in the field of tourism between the two countries” and “reached an agreement that it is necessary to create a joint tourist product of Serbia and Hungary, primarily for the Chinese and overseas markets and offer guests from these countries several programs for visits to Serbian and Hungarian tourist destinations.”

According to the Serbian government, to this end, a working group composed of representatives from relevant ministries, tourist organizations and the tourist industry of the two countries will soon be formed to make a joint offer of the Serbian and Hungarian program for third markets.

It is expected that the joint offer of the Serbian and Hungarian program will be established by June, a statement said.