20.10.2008, PASOS, Serbia and Kosovo: Priorities of the Czech Presidency in EU External Relations - PASOS
Serbia and Kosovo: Priorities of the Czech Presidency in EU External Relations – Audio from Panel II of conference: From “Fortress Europe” to “Europe without Barriers”?
News Source: PASOS Secretariat, Prague, Czech Republic
From “Fortress Europe” to “Europe without Barriers”? Priorities of the Czech Presidency in EU External Relations: Transatlantic Perspectives
A PASOS/EUROPEUM Conference under the auspices of the Foreign Ministry of the Czech Republic
Cernin Palace, Prague, 20 October 2008
PANEL II SERBIA AND KOSOVO
Separate ways, common trajectory?
Can the emergence of a new pro-EU government in Serbia be built upon to put Serbia on track for EU membership and for maximising the opportunities of security co-operation through NATO’s Partnership for Peace programme?
Can the Czech Presidency effectively use the window of opportunity after the Serbian parliamentary elections to foster much stronger EU financial support to Serbia and Kosovo in terms of economic development, democratic reforms, and investment?
How can the EU assist Belgrade and Pristina find a common space for dialogue?
Vladimír Bartovic, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Czech Republic
Josef Zrzavecký, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic (in Czech)
Jelena Milić, Centre for Euro-Atlantic Studies, Serbia
Luan Shllaku, Kosovo Foundation for Open Society (KFOS)
Shpend Ahmeti, Institute for Advanced Studies, Kosovo
Vladimir Todorić, political scientist, Serbia
Verena Knaus, European Stability Initiative (ESI)