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Conference: Changes in Balkans Call for New Aid Strategies

Mengeš, 26 February - An international conference examined strategies for development aid in the Western Balkans on Monday, establishing that now that most of the countries in the region were on their way towards the EU, the bloc became the main provider of development aid to the region.

Loka pri Mengsu, Jable Castle.
A European conference themed Changing Conditions in the Western Balkan Countries - Challenges for Future Cooperation with the EU and Central European Countries.
(left to right) Michal Horvat of the Slovakian Foreign Ministry, Aristotelis Bouratsis of the European Commission and Susan K. Kutor of USAID.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Loka pri Mengsu, Jable Castle.
A European conference themed Changing Conditions in the Western Balkan Countries - Challenges for Future Cooperation with the EU and Central European Countries.
(left to right) Michal Horvat of the Slovakian Foreign Ministry, Aristotelis Bouratsis of the European Commission, Susan K. Kutor of USAID, Carlos Filipe of the European Commission, Nadir Mohammed of the World Bank and Lev Kreft, the head of the Ljubljana-based Peace Institute.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Loka pri Mengsu, Jable Castle.
A European conference themed Changing Conditions in the Western Balkan Countries - Challenges for Future Cooperation with the EU and Central European Countries.
(left to right) Michal Horvat of the Slovakian Foreign Ministry, Aristotelis Bouratsis of the European Commission, Susan K. Kutor of USAID, Carlos Filipe of the European Commission and Nadir Mohammed of the World Bank.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Loka pri Mengsu, Jable Castle.
A European conference themed Changing Conditions in the Western Balkan Countries - Challenges for Future Cooperation with the EU and Central European Countries.
(left to right) Michal Horvat of the Slovakian Foreign Ministry, Aristotelis Bouratsis of the European Commission, Susan K. Kutor of USAID, Carlos Filipe of the European Commission, Nadir Mohammed of the World Bank and Lev Kreft, the head of the Ljubljana-based Peace Institute.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Loka pri Mengsu, Jable Castle.
A European conference themed Changing Conditions in the Western Balkan Countries - Challenges for Future Cooperation with the EU and Central European Countries.
(left to right) Michal Horvat of the Slovakian Foreign Ministry, Aristotelis Bouratsis of the European Commission, Susan K. Kutor of USAID, Carlos Filipe of the European Commission, Nadir Mohammed of the World Bank and Lev Kreft, the head of the Ljubljana-based Peace Institute.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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