Officially opened Lukavac fair

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lukavica International Tourism Fair "LIST 2012" was officially opened today by Prime Minister of Tuzla Canton Sead Cauševic. 

 "It is my great honour to open the tenth anniversary fair 'LIST' for we all know that the first step in life is the hardest, and when you make ten steps and get to the Jubilee, it means you have succeeded. We try, and ten years behind us are a proof that there were people who ran this job, who made a lot of effort, and we, the Government of Tuzla Canton, have just continued  those mutual jobs for which I am sure some other governments and people will continue after us. 

 Tuzla Canton  strives to promote tourism, to present itself to narrower and wider community as a region which has the potential. I wish all the exhibitors a lot of luck, and the citizens and visitors to feel comfortable at the Fair", said Cauševic. 

 On 2 000 square metres of indoor and 1 000 metres of open exhibition space "LIST" gathered exhibitors from Turkey, Germany, Albania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Indonesia is a honourary country guest of the Fair.
 
 "I have great honour and pleasure to wish you welcome in the tenth consecutive year to our and your town, at our and your Lukavica tourism fair 'LIST'. In the last ten years the fair 'LIST' hosted nearly one thousand exhibitors who came from three continents and more than twenty countries, starting from France in the West all the way to the distant, but we feel so close and dear Indonesia in the East", said at the official opening ceremony Director of Exhibition "LIST 2012" Izet Nuhanovic. 

Mayor of Lukavac, Dževad Mujkic, also addressed the audience, and welcomed all the Fair and town of Lukavac visitors, and wished a lot of luck and successful business contacts to the exhibitors. 

At the opening ceremony were the ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in BiH Subijaksono Sujono, the ambasador od Macedonia in BiH Rami Redžepi, the ambassador of Montenegro Dragan Ðurovic, the
Attaché for Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Turkey Cengiz Ajdin, the Croatian Consul General in BiH Josip Juras, the Chairman of the Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bruno Bojic, and the Assembly President of Tuzla Canton Bajazit Jašarevic.