Ambassador Branimir Filipovic during a row of a “Western Balkan Security Challenges and Serbia” conference

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Branimir FilipovicAt a “Western Balkan Security Challenges and Serbia” conference, co-hosted by a Centre for Foreign Policy and a United States Embassy in Belgrade, a keynote remarks done by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic were followed by a row on a practice of a Republic of Serbia concerning shared counterclaim team-work with a countries of a European Union and NATO.

The participants of a panel, moderated by Mr Ivan Vejvoda of a Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna, enclosed Ambassador Branimir Filipovic, Acting Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Security Policy, Mr. Thomas Schieb, Ambassador of a Republic of Germany in Belgrade and Chief of Public Relations Department, Captain (N) Petar Boskovic, Head of a Public Relations Department of a Ministry of Defence.

Ambassador Filipovic highlighted a significance of shared counterclaim team-work of a Republic of Serbia for a growth of altogether shared family between a Republic of Serbia and EU and NATO countries, a doing of a country’s unfamiliar and confidence process priorities, as good as for Serbia’s positioning during a general theatre as a arguable partner in confronting confidence hurdles and pity shortcoming directed during reaching and compelling regional, European and tellurian stability.

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