On Liechtensteins day as guest of honour at the Olma trade fair for agriculture and nutrition in St.Gallen, more than a thousand of its citizens participated in a parade through the city. Numerous economic representatives were among them.
The Olma parade on 15th October featured institutions and organisations, such as harmony and Guggen musicians, and theatres and operas, as well as representatives from economic sectors including wine cultivation and industry, announced a statement. S. D. hereditary prince Alois, prime minister Adrian Hasler, deputy prime minister Thomas Zwiefelhofer and government ministers Marlies Amann-Marxer and Aurelia Frick were among the participants.
The highlights of the arena programme on Saturday afternoon included a digger ballet performed by Liechtenstein-based Kaiser AG, a leading producer of mobile excavators and vehicles for drain clearance and disposal. Talks were given by Nicolo Paganini, director of the OLMA trade fair, Martin Klöti, president of the canton of St.Gallen, and prime minister Adrian Hasler.
Speaking in the statement, Fabian Reuteler of Liechtenstein Marketing, project manager of the Olma contribution, commented: We are delighted that our day as guest of honour went so smoothly and gained such a positive reception.
Olma and Liechtensteins 'guest of honour' exhibition are open daily from 9am to 6pm until 23rd October. Liechtensteins exhibition covers over 600 square metres in Hall 9.1.2, featuring activities to help visitors discover the principalitys economy. Presentations of animals will take place in the arena on 18th, 19th, 20th, 22nd and 23rd October, aiming to highlight the productivity and unique factors of livestock breeding and farming in Liechtenstein.