Kosovo’s next decade: Advancing the Reform Making, Regional Cooperation and EU Integration

Kosovar Centre for Security Studies (KCSS), Balkans Policy Research Group (BPRG) and Institute Democracy for Development (D4D), on 25th of April 2018, have jointly co-organized one day conference entitled:  “Kosovo’s next decade: Advancing the Reform Making, Regional Cooperation and EU Integration”.

The conference aimed to address three topics:

Kosovo’s next decade: Advancing the Reform Making, Regional Cooperation and EU Integration

Mrs Dhurata Hoxha, Minister of European Integration in the Republic of Kosovo

Mr Bujar Osmani, Deputy Prime Minister of European Affairs in Macedonia

H.E. Mr Christian Heldt, Ambassador of Germany to Kosovo

H.E. Mr Ruairi O’Connell, Ambassador of United Kingdom to Kosovo Moderator: Shpend Emini, D4D Institute

Panel two: "Dialogue with Serbia toward the final agreement"

Mr Naim Rashiti, Balkans Policy Research Group (BPRG)

Mrs Sonja Licht, Belgrade Fund of Political Excellence (BFPE)

Mr Florian Qehaja, Kosovar Centre for Security Studies (KCSS)

Mrs Sonja Stojanovic, Belgrade Center for Security Policy (BCSP)

Panel three: “Advancing Kosovo’s state-building, strengthening the institutions and speed reforms”

Mr Kadri Veseli, Chairman of Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo

Mr Ramush Haradinaj, Prime Minister of  the Republic of Kosovo

Mr Lutfi Haziri, Vice Chairman Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK).

Mr Fatmir Limaj, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo

Mr Visar Ymeri, Member of Parliament, Kosovo Assembly

Moderator: Florian Qehaja, KCSS

Conference “Kosovo’s next decade: Advancing the Reform Making, Regional Cooperation and EU Integration” is organized on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Kosovo's independence and on the eve of the Sofia Summit (EU-Western Balkans), and is supported by the Royal Embassy of Norway, and  by the Project Promotion of Democratic Society Party (DSP), funded by the Swiss Cooperation Office in Kosovo (SCO-K), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (DANIDA),  and managed by Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF).