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Future of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and its new actors at a panel tomorrow

Richard Grenell; Photo: US Embassy & Consulates in Germany

BELGRADE – New developments in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, especially since the involvement of two US special envoys, will be in focus of tomorrow’s panel “Belgrade, Pristina and the West – Accelerating History?”, organised by  European Fund for the Balkans, Faculty of Political Sciences and the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group (BiEPAG).

The panel will focus on the key events that have preceded and could follow in the process of resolving the Kosovo-Serbia relations. The participants will tackle several important topics, including the impact of changing actors in the process, the ideas of borders change and land-swap and the attitudes of citizens regarding future solutions.

The panel will take place at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade on Friday, and will be opened by the dean Dragan R. Simić and Aleksandra Tomanić, Executive Director of the European Fund for the Balkans.

Speakers at the panel will be Donika Emini, Executive Director of the CiviKos Platform and a member of the BiEPAG, Dorothea Gieselmann, Deputy Head of German Embassy to Serbia, Edward P. Joseph, Senior Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and Nikola Jović, Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Political Sciences.

The panel will be moderated by Nikola Burazer, Executive Editor of the European Western Balkans portal.

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