In May of 2006, Montenegro declared its independence. This internationally recognized referendum marked a major milestone for a country as it emerged from the conflict of the 90’s that had defined its regional neighborhood. The post-referendum report assessed that the competitive environment was marked by an active and generally peaceful campaign and that "there were no reports of restrictions on fundamental civil and political rights." H.E. Ranko Krivokapić, the current President of the Parliament of Montenegro and President Emeritus of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA) shares his thoughts on how nations can build on security and safety to realize stable development in spite of current worldwide political turmoil. The talk focuses on co-existence of cultures, and the connections between security and different cultures and religions. It also addresses the current challenges faced by OSCE, the largest security organization in the world.
Arabic Interpretation will be provided.
His Excellency Ranko KrivokapićPresident of the Parliament of Montenegro; President Emeritus of theOrganization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA)
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