Norwegian Ambassador visits Knjaz Miloš Factory

15/01/18

Norwegian Ambassador visits Knjaz Miloš Factory

The delegation of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Serbia, led by the Ambassador H.E. Mr. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, visited Knjaz Miloša factory in Aranđelovac and learned about production of water and other products of the company.

On this occasion, the Ambassador Arne Sannes Bjørnstad said: „We came up with the idea to visit the factory when one of our colleagues remembered that, according to our archives, the Embassy had been purchasing Knjaz Miloš mineral water longer than any other product, so, naturally, we wanted to visit the factory. We discovered one of the most modern water production factories in the heart of Serbia “.

„For me personally, as well as for the employees, it was very interesting to watch the water exploitation process and we would once again like to thank the management for their hospitality “, said the Norwegian ambassador.

The visit passed in exceptionally pleasant atmosphere and the participants reminisced about their partnership in reconstruction of Knjaz Miloš Pavilion, the first mineral water factory in Serbia. This building of historical importance, built in 1907, was reconstructed in 2016 in cooperation between the Government of the Kingdom of Norway, Knjaz Miloš company, Municipality of Aranđelovac and Special Hospital Bukovička banja.

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