“What Kind of Europe Do The Balkans Want?” – Institute of Politics with a New Round Table

Ivica Dacic, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, will be a special guest lecturer for the next part of the training course of the class from “Konstantin Preslavsky”. The second class of the Institute of Politics is visiting the Serbian capital Belgrade with a rich program at an internationally representative level.

Besides Dacic, in a special round table at the end of the week, participants in the debates with Bulgarian politicians will be Zoran Lilic (President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1993-1997), January-June 1993 – Chairman of the National Assembly); Alexander Pejovich former Minister of European Affairs 2016-2018 and chief negotiator for EU membership of Montenegro, diplomat, political scientist); Georg Georgiev – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria; Radko Vlaikov – Ambassador of Bulgaria in Serbia; Bulgarian MEP Andrei Kovachev; Denitsa Zlateva, Deputy Chairman of BSP, and others.

A large number of politicians at the highest level gathers in Belgrade on the initiative of the Institute of Politics as a further step of its Balkan development.

After the successful visit to Macedonia and the participation of the Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, the Bulgarian delegation combines training with the experience of the practitioners, at the epicenter of the events in the region today.

The week agenda also includes a visit to the Serbian Parliament at the invitation of Prof. Dr. Zarko Obradovic, Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee and Deputy Chairman of the Socialist Party in Serbia.The representatives of the two largest political parties in Bulgaria have already started their training in Belgrade, enthusiastic and consolidated by the ambition of gaining new knowledge and contacts.

Ivica Dacic’s lecture will be held on Wednesday, April 18th at 15:00 h.