Dubrovnik Dialogue Process 2015 – “Cooperation for Economic Growth“

The 16th Parlliamentary Conferecne took place from April 24-26 in Cavtat, Croatia. Parliamentaries along with experts discussed the importance of investments, infrastructure and economic growth in southeast Europe, energy security, the shifting geopolitical environment and employment and social policy in the region as a means of overcoming the social crisis.

The most important conclusion of the event was that regional cooperation remains a crucial condition for the solution of the current problems in the countries of southeast Europe. At the same time, the accession perspectives for all the countries must be maintained. This process also holds that the countries in the region should aspire to solve their bilateral disputes and problems together.

More on the Dubrovnik Dialogue Process 2015 can be found in this video.

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