Foreign policy of the Balkans countries and their relations with the EU – Update on 26/06/23

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Prespa Dialogue Forum

The Prespa Dialogue Forum was held on 15th and 16th of June. Initially set up by the Republic of North Macedonia, the forum gathered political leaders from the Western Balkans and the EU, as well as specialists of the region, for the past two years. Conceived as a platform for exchange, the forum aims to promote regional cooperation by supporting governments, civil society and institutions in the implementation of bilateral and regional agreements. This third edition, held in Sturga in North Macedonia, was attended by the presidents of Croatia (Zoran Milanović), Albania (Bajram Begaj), Kosovo* (Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu) and Montenegro (Jakov Milatović).

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