SEE Think Net new policy paper “2018 Western Balkans Summit: Three key takeaways from London Summit”.

SEE Think Net and the EU Policy HUB recently held in Tirana the event on the Berlin Process: ‘From London Summit to Poznań’. This was the first stopover of the presentation of the SEE Think Net new policy paper about the Berlin Process entitled “2018 Western Balkans Summit: Three key takeaways from London Summit”.

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The event was moderated by Dorian Jano, the Executive Director of EU Policy HUB. The welcoming remarks and opening speeches were address by the Albanian Deputy Minister for European and Foreign Affairs, Artemisa Dralo and the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Tirana, Karol Bachura. The main findings of the policy paper, “2018 Western Balkan summit: 3 key takeaways from London”, were presented by Zoran Nechev, the SEE Think Net coordinator and senior researcher at the Institute for Democracy ‘Societas Civilis’.

Mr. Nechev presented the main point of the policy paper, giving an overview of what happened in London and what are the takeaways from this Summit. His discussion focused on the issue of the bilateral relations and the resolution of bilateral disputes between Western Balkan states and their EU neighbors, the overshadowed focus on Western Balkans priorities and the post-Brexit UK engagement strategy in the region as the main attention of the London Summit agenda.

Discussion with the audience followed the panel presentations, pointing at the key role of the youth and the Regional Youth Cooperation Office (RYCO) needs to play within the Berlin Process, the importance of civil society cooperation and the involvement of the members of the parliament at the Berlin Process.

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Geographical focus
  • WBC
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  • General

Entry created by Admin on December 20, 2018
Modified on December 20, 2018