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Report from the final tribune in Belgrade

  • Published in Projects 2014

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On Tuesday 17 June, in Belgrade, at Megatrend University, the Atlantic Council of Serbia, with the support of the Embassy of the United States, held a final debate on the topic: "Living in Serbia: Opportunities and Challenges. "                                                                                                                               To visitors, who filled the hall on the first floor to full capacity, has been presented research on public opinion on the subject: What is the attitude of the citizens of Serbia on "Western values​​", which has done by a reputable media house from Novi Sad "Ninamedia". Free market, law enforcement, the organization of local self-government, the protection of copyrights,security position of Serbia , have been the subject of dialogue between eminent experts and  audience.

The audience showed great interest by asking  questions of vital importance to: Prof.Dr. Vladan Kutlešić, Prof. Dr. Mijat Damjanovic, Professor. Dr. Ani Jovancai, Prof. Dr. Zdravko Petrovic and to Military analyst Aleksandar Radic.

With this panel discussion, the project was completed. The project  was held  in six cities in Serbia: Sombor, Novi Sad, Vrsac, Pozarevac, Nis and Belgrade. The conclusion is that particularly young people want to participate in discussions and that they are eager to get the information from the experts.They did not hesitate to give suggestions for resolving the current problems, which were the subject of presentations.

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