The Winter Diplomatic Fair was held in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
The bazaar, which was halted due to the Kovid-19 outbreak, has attracted much attention.
This year, Azerbaijan was included in the bazaar held at the Skenderija Center for Culture and Sports in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the participation of more than 40 countries.
Shahla Vazirova, the wife of the Ambassador of Azerbaijan in Sarajevo, stated that the proceeds from the bazaar will be sent to children’s labor institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and that they are happy to promote Azerbaijani culture.
While traditional dishes were served at the Palestinian stand, which attracted the attention of Sarajevo residents, Palestinian Ambassador to Sarajevo Rizk Namora stated that they attend the bazaar every year.
The International University of Sarajevo (IUS), founded in 2004 by Turkish entrepreneurs in Sarajevo, also participated in the bazaar. IUS representative Haris Heljo said they are here to help the children.
At the bazaar held in the shopping center in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, many embassies opened stalls, and the various cultures and traditions that were introduced attracted great attention.
The money raised here is used for sick children, schools and animal shelters, Elvira Zlatic Prekser, president of the organizers’ International Women’s Club, thanked everyone who participated.
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