Beginning of the Western Balkans summit in Poznan, the meeting of leaders on Friday

The initiative was launched by Germany at the Berlin Summit 2014

The sixth summit of the Western Balkan countries in the framework of the Berlin Process begins today in Poznan, Poland, which is currently chairing the process.

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The main event will be the meeting of leaders, or heads of state or government, on July 5th, at which Serbia will be represented by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, while ministers of economy, interior and foreign affairs of countries participating in the process will meet tomorrow.

More events will be organized within the summit itself, so Think Tank forum will be held today, and tomorrow, the Business forum EU-Western Balkans and Forum of Civil Society.

The Berlin Process is an initiative that supports regional cooperation in the Western Balkans and complements the European Union's enlargement policy.

The initiative was launched by Germany at the Berlin Summit 2014.

Within the framework of the Berlin Process, five summits have been held so far: Berlin, Vienna, Paris, Trieste, and London.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic, Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic will participate at this year's Summit.

The heart of the Berlin Process is economy, and the goal of the cooperation is the implementation of infrastructure projects, especially energy and transport, such as the reconstruction of the port, renovation of the railway line or construction of gas interconnectors, covered by the so-called Connectivity Agenda.

Poland carries out in all the events in close cooperation with the European Commission, the OECD, the Regional Cooperation Council, RYCO, the regional chambers of commerce...

Poznan is a city of Polish mathematicians, who broke the code of Enigma, which was crucial for the allied victory in World War II.

In this city, in June 1956, the Poznan uprising took place, the first workers' insurrection in the countries of the communist bloc.

Today, Poznan is again a place of international business and investment, as well as a place for live debates about the image of Europe with the active participation of young people.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

Tags: Ana Brnabić, Balkan news, Berlin Summit, Daily news, East Europe, Ivica Dačić, Nebojša Stefanović, Poland, poznan, Rasim Ljajić, Summit, Western Balkan
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