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Dr Una Sikimić, Alta Banka a.d. CEO

Prepared And Committed

The fact that Alta banka – as one of the country’s few domestic banks – does not belong to the group of large banks,...

Predrag Skoković, Director Of Quality House

Knowledge In The Service Of Testing

Quality House provides software testing services to all companies whose software development teams are facing problems in setting up appropriate test processes and related...

Afi Europe Serbia

AFI Europe Serbia Is Launching New Business Park

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Minja Jovanović, Corporate Security Business Partner, MPC Properties

They Entered The Pandemic Prepared

MPC Properties is a company that constructs, develops and manages commercial real estate, and which has an extraordinary responsibility from the security aspect. Its...

Mladen Ćirić, Tonković Winery Sales Director

Kadarka Wines Conquering The World

The Tonković Winery, based in the village of Bački Vinogradi, is commemorating the first 15 years of its successful operations. Testifying to the claim...

H.E. Damjan Bergant, Ambassador of Slovenia to Serbia

Necessary Steps Well Known

The success of negotiations depends mostly on Serbia’s ability to fulfil its commitments. It is very important to continue all the work necessary to enable Serbia to progress in its negotiation process with the European Commission.

As the representative of a country that has a political and geographical position in the neighbourhood of the Western Balkan region and is a member of the EU, I must once again reiterate that we consider the EU accessions of all Western Balkan countries is being extremely important.

It is therefore in Slovenia’s interest for Serbia to become an EU member state.

The success of negotiations depends mostly on Serbia’s ability to fulfil its commitments. In order to become a member of the EU, the candidate country must fulfil its commitments not only in the field of economy, but also in political domain and other fields. This means progress on ecological issues, the green agenda, human rights, media freedom and all other fields that are already included on the agenda of negotiations between Serbia and the European Commission.

One of the priorities of the Slovenian Presidency will be to focus the attention of the European Union on the problems of the Western Balkans

It is very important for Serbia to continue all the necessary work and internal procedures to advance along the necessary steps that will enable Serbia to progress in its negotiation process with the European Commission.

Slovenia’s support for Serbia’s accession process is twofold. Firstly, as a traditional supporter of Serbia’s integration, Slovenia is as ready as it was in the past to help and assist on all possible fields through twining programs and with all other means that are available. Second, Slovenia is active within the EU institutions and cooperates with other EU member states in order to keep the enlargement process high on the EU agenda.

Slovenia will take on the responsibility of presiding over the Council of the European Union on 1st July. The role of the Presidency of the Council of EU is to coordinate member states within the Council. One of the priorities of the Slovenian Presidency will be focusing the attention of the EU on the problems of the Western Balkans, including the wish to enforce the accession negotiation processes of the countries of the region.

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Comment by Zoran Panović

Legacy And Disquiet

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Professor Dejan Jović opened the discussion by saying that it’s impossible to precisely define what is Europe and what are...

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Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...

Belgrade Security Forum: Future Of Europe – Where Do We Stand Now?

Professor Dejan Jović opened the discussion by saying that it’s impossible to precisely define what is Europe and what are...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Berlin Process – What’s Next?

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Academic Panel 2: Resilience to Violent Extremism in Southeast Europe Ms. Marija Ignjatijević, Researcher at the Belgrade Centre for Security...

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Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...

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Mr. Zoran Nechev, Project Coordinator and Researcher in the Institute for Democracy Societies Civilis in Skopje stated that the...

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Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...
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