Ljubljana defies ban on hospitality at open air markets

Ljubljana – Just days after the government imposed a ban on the serving of food and drinks at outdoor stalls, these reopened in the square by Ljubljana’s main produce market on Wednesday, having been given the go-ahead from the city authorities. Addressing a press conference, Andrej Orač, director of the utility operating the Ljubljana open-air markets, said market activity in Pogačar Square was allowed back in business, including hospitality. He said the ban on sale at Ljubljana’s open-air markets was incomprehensible as the goods involved were sold there throughout the…

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