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updated 11:58 AM CET, Mar 13, 2018

The member of Atlantic Council spoke on the 33rd workshop of the Partnership for peace Consortium Study Group

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Mr. Vlade Radulovic, executive director of the Atlantic council of Serbia, has participated at the 33rd workshop of the Partnership for Peace Consortium Study Group “Regional Stability in South East Europe”, entitled “Montenegro’s Upcoming NATO Membership – Internal, Regional and International Implications “held in Budva, Montenegro.

This workshop was organized by the Atlantic Council of Montenegro in cooperation with Directorate for Security Policy at the Austrian Ministry of Defence and Sports, the Austrian National Defence Academy in Vienna and the Partnership for Peace Consortium Consortium. The main goal of this workshop was to discuss and to analyze the latest developments in the region of the Western Balkans and to provide final recommendations. This three-day gathering has assembled a various number of scientists, experts and representatives of NATO, USA, Russian Federation, Serbia, Austria, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Croatia, Kosovo*, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro. The sole representative of Serbia was our executive director, Mr.Radulovic who spoke from the Serbian point of view.

 The final result of this workshop will be composed out of presentations and recommendation put together into a policy recommendation paper that will be distributed by the PfP Consortium throughout the security political community in the Euro-Atlantic area.

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