BELGRADE – A two-day international conference will begin in Belgrade Monday as part of the 4th Belgrade NATO Week, organised by the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS).
The event will bring together renowned international experts.
The topics of the event will be the nature of future NATO-EU cooperation, key decisions of the Warsaw NATO Summit and their implications for the Western Balkans, the Trans-Atlantic Partners’ relations with Russia and implementation of the Individual Partnership Action Plan between Serbia and NATO, adopted two years ago.
It will be the largest conference on NATO held in Serbia to date, CEAS Director Jelena Milic has said.
Key speakers will include Robert Pszczel, Acting Director of the NATO Information Office in Moscow, Lt-Gen Benjamin Hodges, commander of the US army in Europe, and Walter Slocombe, director of Atlantic Council USA.