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Istanbul Jewelry Show March Edition Postponed Until 2021

Meanwhile, the October edition will take place this year as scheduled.

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The Istanbul Jewelry Show March edition has been postponed until March 25-28, 2021.

The show had, after an earlier delay because of the COVID-19 pandemic, been set for June 18-21, 2020, at CNR Expo, Istanbul Fair Center.

“In light of the recent global developments around the COVID-19 virus, our top priority is the health and safety of everyone involved in the Istanbul Jewelry Show; our employees, partners, customers and exhibitors,” organizers of the event said in a statement. “After careful consultation with industry stakeholders, and upon the official decision of the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Trade on 20 April 2020 regarding the postponement of all events until 1 July, the event will now take place on 25-28 March 2021.”

The Istanbul Jewelry Show October edition will be held as planned on Oct. 8-11, 2020.

More information will be posted on the show’s website and official communication channels.

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