The second digital summit of the Western Balkan economies, to be attended by 3,000 participants from 30 economies in the Western Balkans, Europe and worldwide, will open in Belgrade on April 4.
Over the course of two days, the international summit will bring together the region’s ministers for information society and digital agenda, European Commission officials and representatives of the global IT industry and business representatives, as well as representatives of startups.
The Digital Summit, to be held at the Palace of Serbia within the framework of the Serbia Digital Week, is one of the symbols of regional cooperation, initiated by the Berlin Process.
It will be opened by Serbian PM Ana Brnabic, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel and International Telecommunications Union Secretary-General Houlin Zhao, a source in the Serbian government has told Tanjug.
The region’s top IT companies will have an opportunity to introduce themselves to political and business leaders and 200 speakers will outline the latest trends in the IT sector.