Panel contention on Serbia’s foreign, confidence and counterclaim process during a Faculty of Law in Kragujevac

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Faculty of Law in KragujevacThe Acting Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Security Policy, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic, participated, on 26 Oct 2017, in a row contention during a Kragujevac Faculty of Law focusing on a hurdles of foreign, confidence and counterclaim routine of a Republic of Serbia.

The event, hosted by a Institute for European Affairs in Belgrade, in team-work with a Faculty of Law in Kragujevac, was hold as a follow-up to identical events, attended always by member of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In further to Ambassador Filipovic, a speakers enclosed Member of Parliament and Head of a Delegation of a Republic of Serbia to a NATO Parliamentary Assembly Dragan Sormaz; Chief of a NATO Military Liaison Office in Belgrade, General Cesare Marinelli, and Deputy Chief of a US Mission in Belgrade, Kurt Donnelly.

The row contention with students dealt with a unfamiliar routine priorities of a Republic of Serbia, Serbia – NATO family within a Partnership for Peace programme, Serbia’s EU advent process, quite in a areas of confidence and defence, confidence hurdles and informal cooperation.

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