Belgrade Security Forum: Spotlight on Serbian-Albanian relations

The three-day Belgrade Security Forum starts today with the dialogue about the Albanian-Serbian relations and stability in Southeast Europe taking the centre stage. On Thursday, prime ministers of Serbia and Albania, Aleksandar Vucic and Edi Rama respectively, will talk about the future of the relations between the two countries.

One of the today’s session will focus on the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina and their future in the EU.

Over 100 speakers and 700 participants in the sixth Security Forum will talk about 25 different topics including the new European Security Strategy, the EU enlargement, political stability and building institutions in Southeast Europe, the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, and the relations between Serbia and NATO.

Also, topics like digitalization, the freedom of speech, boosting the partnership between the state and civil society, the new Silk Road in Europe, increasing the civilian participation in peace-keeping missions and the role of women in promoting the politics of peace will also be discussed.

The speakers come from Croatia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Germany, the Council of Europe, and the Serbian government, and include university professors, the representatives of European institutions, the civil society organizations and many others.

(N1, 12.10.2016)

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