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    • Security integration: a mean of accelerating Serbia's path towards EU membership?

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    • Date: 18 June 2010

      Belgrade Centre for Security Policy invites you on Friday,  June 25 2010 to participate in the debate on how Serbia can progress towards EU membership through security cooperation. The discussion will start at 10 a.m. in the Media Center Belgrade (Terazije street 3).

      Guests panelists will be Professor Tanja Miscevic from the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade and Mr. Svetlana Djurdjevic Lukic from the Institute for International Relations and Politics Belgrade.

      The National Security Strategy which was adopted in the autumn of last year proclaimed the goal of harmonization with EU positions and actions in all the major issues of global, European and regional character. Earlier this year, Defence Minister and Minister of Interior announced in separate statements their intention to engage more of our soldiers and officers in multinational civil and military operations, implemented under the leadership of the European Union (EU). For this purpose, the procedure of signing the security agreement with the EU was recently launched. The policy vision of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy to create the Western Balkans Battle group goes one step further towards that goal by presenting for the first time in the Serbian public proposal for integration in 4 stages.

      At this discussion publication "Dictionary of European security will be also presented. Key policies, concepts and institutions on which European security is based are explained to interested parties to explore the security policy of the EU provided a clearer insight into the transformation of European security after the Cold War.

      Both publications are products of the "School for European Security" (www.eursec.org) educational program of the Centre which has been attended in 2009 by 30 chosen young professionals.
       
      For participation and all information please contact,

      Marko Savkovic,
      markosavkovic@ccmr-bg.org
      064 647 90 94

      Related topics:eu, Serbia, integration, Security, member
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