The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s Serbia-Montenegro mission will hold a conference in Belgrade Thursday to discuss cooperation at regional borders.
Regional experts for border control issues will participate in the two-day conference which is part of an OSCE program which was started in February 2004. The goal of the program is to help enhance the capacity for development in border services around the region and to strengthen cooperation at the borders between neighbouring nations.
The conference will focus on implementing compatible systems for control and surveillance of borders in order to bring them up to date with European standards.
The opening workshop will be attended by Serbian Internal Affairs Minister Dragan Jocic and OSCE Chief of the sector for implementing mission laws, Nils Beckman, B92 reports.
In the meanwhile there have been talks not long ago and the issue concerning borders in the region is being discussed especially now since the time is coming to stipulate the status of Kosovo – the southern Serbian province. Many analysts come to a conclusion that any changes in the region's borders would be a great mistake.
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