The organizers of the Geneva International Motor Show decided not to host the show in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the organizers said.
They clarified that most of the exhibitors would probably not participate in the 2021 show and that they would like to take part in 2022.
The show was supposed to take place in March 2021. Scheduled for the spring of this year, the car dealership 2020 also did not take place in connection with the situation with coronavirus.
The Geneva Motor Show is one of the leading exhibitions in the world, annually presenting the latest major world car brands.
Earlier it was reported that from June 6, Switzerland moved to the last stage of lifting restrictions.
Switzerland imposed much milder restrictions on movement than many other European countries. However, the authorities managed to quickly take control of the situation.
In total, more than 31.6 thousand people were infected with COVID-19 in the country, about two thousand died.