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Athens News Agency: News in English, 06-12-06

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  • [01] Meeting on the European prospects of the Balkans

  • [01] Meeting on the European prospects of the Balkans

    BRUSSELS (ANA-MPA - A. Simatos) Several heads of state and government from western Balkan countries attended an international meeting on the European prospects of the Balkan region, organised in Brussels by the Constantine Karamanlis Institute for Democracy, in collaboration with the "Friends of Europe" Foundation and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Institute.

    The meeting took place in the Belgian capital on Tuesday, while among those attending was Croatian President Stjepan Mesic, Bosnia-Herzegovina Prime Minister Adnan Terzic, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Deputy Premier Imer Selmani, Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Draskovic and his Montenegrin counterpart Milan Rocen and ministers from other states in the region.

    Also among the participants were several EU member-state ministers and officials, European Commissioner for research Janez Potocnik and representatives of the UN and EU in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

    The aim of the meeting was to assess the prospects for economic and political stability in southeastern Europe, the role of the EU in the region and the progress of regional cooperation among Balkan countries.

    All speakers agreed that a European prospect for all western Balkan states would benefit both the countries themselves and the EU, since it would contribute to their economic development and political stability.

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