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Serbia's Challenges on Its Path to EU Accession

May 29, 2013 // 1:00pm2:00pm

Assistant Foreign Minister of Serbia Ljubica Vasic will discuss the challenges and opportunities that the Republic of Serbia faces on its path to European integration.  Vasic will address key reforms that the country has introduced so far to advance its EU accession bid, and will  explain why the European integration process is important for the overall development of the country. She will outline the steps that Serbia has taken to achieve one of its main foreign policy  goals – EU membership.

Ljubica Vasic was appointed Assistant Foreign Minister of Serbia in January 2013. Previously, she served as a special adviser to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and headed the Serb Parliamentary Delegation to the Council of Europe. Vasic began her political career in 2008, and has served as an adviser on European integration policies, and has been a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Serb National Assembly. Vasic holds two graduate degrees  - in European Integration and in English Philology  - from the University of Belgrade and the Unviersity of Kragujevac respectively, and is currently working on a doctoral degree at the University of Kragujevac. She is fluent in English, French, Italian, and Serb.

John R. Lampe, Professor Emeritus at the Department of History of the University of Maryland, College Park, will moderate the discussion.

Location: 
6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center
 
Event Speakers List: 
  • Assistant Foreign Minister of Serbia for European Integration
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