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Promoting wine tradition on the Balkans.

Macedonia and the other countries of former Yugoslavia have joined forces with Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania to set up the "Iter Vitis Balkan" Association, the Balkan wine route which is designed to bring the Balkan countries together, affirm their rich cultural heritage and common tradition in winegrowing and wine-making.

Opening the conference "Founding of "Iter Vitis Balkan"-possibility for connections and economic development", Macedonian Minister of Culture, Elizabeta Kanveska Milevska and Stefano Dominioni, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe praised the idea for creating a Balkan wine route.

The wine cultural route is one of the 33 cultural routes certified by the Council of Europe, passing through many countries in Europe, it promote the common heritage of European cultures.

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Title Annotation:AGRICULTURE
Publication:Macedonian Business Monthly
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:4EXMA
Date:Jun 1, 2016
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