THE BERLIN PROCESS: CRYSTALLISATION POINT FOR THE WESTERN BALKANS

A REGIONALSTUDY ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMMITMENTS FROM THE 2015 VIENNA WESTERN BALKANS SUMMIT.

This study analyses the extent to which the governments of the Western Balkan countries, i.e. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Serbia, are fulfilling their commitments under the Berlin Process with respect to the two declarations adopted at the 2015 Vienna Summit, in the field of regional cooperation and resolution of bilateral disputes and the establishment of the Regional Youth Cooperation Office. Specifically, the implementation of the Joint Declaration on the Establishment of the Regional Youth Cooperation Office and the Declaration on the Regional Cooperation and the Solution of Bilateral Disputes in these countries will be scrutinized. The study also places a special emphasis on the role of civil society in relation to these topics. Moreover, the study aims to provide general findings and recommendations on the Berlin Process as a whole.

Source: GDP

Document type
  • Report
Language

English

Publication Year

2016

Author(s)/Editor(s)
Jovan Nicić Zoran Nechev Selma Mameledžija
Geographical focus
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Republic of North Macedonia
  • Serbia
  • WBC
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary
  • General

Entry created by Anna Sirocco on August 4, 2016
Modified on November 17, 2016