ALIMS organized a two-day event at national level at Hotel Gorski, Kopaonik (Serbia), involving participants from all over the country and abroad from the pharmaceutical and health sector. The Symposium also saw the support of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia, the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, the Association of Innovative Drug Manufacturers INOVIA, and the Association of Foreign Genetic Drug Manufacturers GENEZIS.
The event, following a long break due to the pandemic, has attracted stakeholders from public and private institutions.
Moreover, the event focused on a great range of topics, from communication crisis to the fight against disinformation and the regulatory procedures of drug licenses.
This was a great opportunity for MEDI-THEFT to reach a wider audience of relevant stakeholders, and the first event held at a national level. The project was represented by Project Coordinator and AIFA representative Domenico Di Giorgio and the support of ALIMS representative Pavle Zelić.
Stay tuned to be updated on MEDI-THEFT progress and its presentation at its second event at national level in Montenegro, next December 2022.