A conference on a theme “European Security on a Crossword of Multilateralism and Unilateralism” was held in Belgrade, Serbia. The focus of the fifth conference of the Belgrade Strategic Dialogue were the questions of security architecture in Europe and the questions how to revive the spirit of Helsinki Final Act in 21st century, which is also one of the main themes of the event.
The president of the Senate of the International Slavic University “G. R. Derzhavin” Prof. Vasko Stamevski, PhD attended the conference and he spoke on the theme of the third panel – “How to revive the spirit of Helsinki Final Act in 21st century?”
Representatives of the public opinion had a chance to observe the modern panels on military and political aspects of European security, and they had an opportunity to see the role of public diplomacy in achieving lasting peace.
Panel 1:Military and political aspects of European security
A. Klimov, General Advisor on International Affairs, Chairman of the Committee on International Activities, Chairman of the General Council of the United Russia Party (Russia).
Armin- Paul Hampel, Member of the Bundestag (Germany).
Dragutin Matanović, Advisorto the President of the Republic of Serbia (Serbia).
Averof Neofytou, President of the Democratic Rally (DISY), (Cypress)
Walter Schwimmer, Former Secretary General of the Council of Europe (Austria).
A. Fomenko, Executive Secretary of the European Club of the Russian Parliament, representative of the international relations department of the United Russia party (Russia).
Mikayel Melkymian, Vice President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia (Armenia).
Marija Obradović, Member of Parliament of the National Assembly of Serbia, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Defense and Home Affairs (Serbia).
A. Gromiko, President of the Expert Group on International Activities of the Presidency of the General Council of the United Russia Party (Russia).
Vasko Stamevski, PhD, President of the Senate of the International Slavic University “G. R. Derzhavin” Sveti Nikole – Bitola (the Republic of North Macedonia)
Jowanka Jakubek – Lalik, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (Poland)