October 4, 2012

Regional and European Perspectives of the Western Balkans

On 4 October, the Embassy of Austria in Tallinn, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, International Centre for Defence Studies, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs co-organized a seminar on Regional and European Perspectives of the Western Balkans at the Conference Center of the Riigikogu, Estonia’s parliament. Opened by Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet, the seminar addressed economic issues, EU integration perspectives, and security issues in the region. Among the panelists, there were representatives from the Austrian Federal Ministries of European and International Affairs and Defence and Sports, the University of Vienna, the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, the Institute for Democracy and Stability in South-East Europe, and other distinguished analysts and practitioners with long experience in the region.

On 4 October, the Embassy of Austria in Tallinn, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, International Centre for Defence Studies, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs co-organized a seminar on Regional and European Perspectives of the Western Balkans at the Conference Center of the Riigikogu, Estonia’s parliament. Opened by Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet, the seminar addressed economic issues, EU integration perspectives, and security issues in the region. Among the panelists, there were representatives from the Austrian Federal Ministries of European and International Affairs and Defence and Sports, the University of Vienna, the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, the Institute for Democracy and Stability in South-East Europe, and other distinguished analysts and practitioners with long experience in the region.

04.10.2012
On 4 October, the Embassy of Austria in Tallinn, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, International Centre for Defence Studies, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs co-organized a seminar on Regional and European Perspectives of the Western Balkans at the Conference Center of the Riigikogu, Estonia’s parliament. Opened by Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet, the seminar addressed economic issues,  EU integration perspectives, and security issues in the region. Among the panelists, there were representatives from the Austrian Federal Ministries of European and International Affairs and Defence and Sports, the University of Vienna, the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, the Institute for Democracy and Stability in South-East Europe, and other distinguished analysts and practitioners with long experience in the region.

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