EuNAT Meeting 2022

Over 30 delegates of naturist organizations from European countries attended this weekend the regular annual session of the European Naturist Commission EuNAT, which was organized for the first time in Belgrade. The meeting of the European Naturist Commission EuNAT, which is part of the International Naturist Federation INF-FNI, was held in the period 25–27 February 2022, organized by the Naturist Organization of Serbia NOS.

"We are pleased that this international gathering is being held in Belgrade, especially in this globally challenging period, and that guests from abroad can get to know part of Serbia's rich tourist offer, including contents in the field of naturism," said Dejan Crnomarković from Serbia Convention Bureau/National Tourism Organisation of Serbia at the opening of the event.

This year's EuNAT session in Belgrade, the 12th in a row, will be remembered as the first in which participants were allowed to be without clothes at all times during meetings and activities.

"The fact that so many delegates responded to the invitation to meet in this beautiful city of Belgrade, despite the many challenges currently facing our society, proves that naturism has special significance for all of us and shows our loyalty to people and the environment," said Armand Ceolin, Secretary of EuNAT.

Each year, one of the members of EuNAT hosts the annual session. This year, it was hosted by the Naturist Organization of Serbia NOS, which celebrated 10 years of existence last year, and this year celebrates 10 years of membership in INF-FNI.

"We are honoured that our organization hosted this gathering on our tenth anniversary of membership in INF-FNI, and we are especially proud because we showed guests from abroad, who are here for the first time, part of the tourist offer of Serbia," said Goran Filipović, President of the Naturist Organization of Serbia NOS.

In addition to numerous guests, representatives of the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia also attended the opening on Friday 25 February. Also, one of the Serbian masters of the flute, Dragiša Antić, participated in the program, accompanied by a student from his flute school.