In the past three days Belgrade has hosted the 35th General Assembly of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC), which has gathered more than 140 participants from 12 countries. After the end of the assembly Serbian Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic Dejanovic said that the 35th General Assembly of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) contributes to regional stability, development of good relations and creation of a favourable economic and political climate for cooperation in the region. More from Biljana Blanusa.

The Belgrade gathering was the peak of the six-month presidency of Serbia over the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation and the results of the activities will  be visible in the forthcoming period, through numerous initiatives. One of the main topics discussed at the gathering was protection of women against violence, to which the Serbian Parliament as well has dedicated considerable part of its activities. Last year, it organized a debate on UN SC Resolution 1325 which does not treat the issue of violence against women only, but also the general issue of peace and security. After that, an initiative was sent to the Serbian governmnet to draw up an action plan for the application of the Resolution.

Serbia has handed over the presidency of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation to Turkey. Accepting it, Turkish Parliament Vice-Speaker Nevzat Pakdil said the good neighbourly relations are very important for the promotion of regional cooperation. He said Turkey supports a solution to all the problems in the world by amicable means. In the next period, work on the implementation of the basic principles the member-states have gathered around and on their international affirmation will continue.

The secretary general of PABSEC, Alexei Kudriavcev, said that, owing to the excellent organization of the assembly in Belgrade, the MPs were able to make important decisions through dialogue and exchange of opinions. He assessed Serbia’s presidency as successful and commented on cooperation with the Serbian Parliament speaker in the past six months, stating all the issues were resolved very quickly. As for priorities in the forthcoming period, he stressed cooperation in the fields of culture and ecology and the promotion of ties with the European Parliament.

The organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation was founded on June 25, 1991, when the presidents of 11 states signed in Istanbul a Declaration and the Bosphorus Agreement. The founding states are: Azerbaijan, Albania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Armenia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine, while Serbia joined in 2004. This organization treats both political and economic issues. The countries represent a market of a population over 300 million and economic cooperation develops through joint projects, important for the whole region.

An anthology of Serbian poetry of the 20th century soon to be published in Russia. The Serbian Drama of the Pristina National Theatre performed a comedy entitled “Kokoška 2”, written and directed by Bojan Stojčević, in Belgrade. The Fifth Belgrade Design Week began on May 31

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PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY OF THE BLACK SEA ECONOMIC COOPERATION IN BELGRADE

In the past three days Belgrade has hosted the 35th General Assembly of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC), which has gathered more than 140 participants from 12 countries. After the end of the assembly Serbian Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic Dejanovic said that the 35th General Assembly of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) contributes to regional stability, development of good relations and creation of a favourable economic and political climate for cooperation in the region. More from Biljana Blanusa.

The Belgrade gathering was the peak of the six-month presidency of Serbia over the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation and the results of the activities will  be visible in the forthcoming period, through numerous initiatives. One of the main topics discussed at the gathering was protection of women against violence, to which the Serbian Parliament as well has dedicated considerable part of its activities. Last year, it organized a debate on UN SC Resolution 1325 which does not treat the issue of violence against women only, but also the general issue of peace and security. After that, an initiative was sent to the Serbian governmnet to draw up an action plan for the application of the Resolution.

Serbia has handed over the presidency of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation to Turkey. Accepting it, Turkish Parliament Vice-Speaker Nevzat Pakdil said the good neighbourly relations are very important for the promotion of regional cooperation. He said Turkey supports a solution to all the problems in the world by amicable means. In the next period, work on the implementation of the basic principles the member-states have gathered around and on their international affirmation will continue.

The secretary general of PABSEC, Alexei Kudriavcev, said that, owing to the excellent organization of the assembly in Belgrade, the MPs were able to make important decisions through dialogue and exchange of opinions. He assessed Serbia’s presidency as successful and commented on cooperation with the Serbian Parliament speaker in the past six months, stating all the issues were resolved very quickly. As for priorities in the forthcoming period, he stressed cooperation in the fields of culture and ecology and the promotion of ties with the European Parliament.

The organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation was founded on June 25, 1991, when the presidents of 11 states signed in Istanbul a Declaration and the Bosphorus Agreement. The founding states are: Azerbaijan, Albania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Armenia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine, while Serbia joined in 2004. This organization treats both political and economic issues. The countries represent a market of a population over 300 million and economic cooperation develops through joint projects, important for the whole region.

An anthology of Serbian poetry of the 20th century soon to be published in Russia. The Serbian Drama of the Pristina National Theatre performed a comedy entitled “Kokoška 2”, written and directed by Bojan Stojčević, in Belgrade. The Fifth Belgrade Design Week began on May 31

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