Rupel: European Future for Bolstering Balkans Security

Brdo pri Kranju, 21 September - Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel has told the opening of a two-day conference on security in the Western Balkans that giving the countries of the region a European future is the solution to the region's security issues.

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Deputy Secretary General of the CoE Maud de Boer Buquicchio at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
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Director of the Balkan Trust for Democracy at the German Marshall Fund of the US in Belgrade Ivan Vejvoda
at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
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Former UN High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina Wolfgang Petritsch at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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FM Dimitrij Rupel speaks at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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FM Dimitrij Rupel speaks at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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FM Dimitrij Rupel speaks at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Deputy Secretary General of the CoE Maud de Boer Buquicchio (left) FM Dimitrij Rupel (middle) and former UN High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina Wolfgang Petritsch (right) at the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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FM Dimitrij Rupel (left) chats with former UN High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina Wolfgang Petritsch on the sidelines of the international conference on security in the Western Balkans.
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FM Dimitrij Rupel (left) arrives to the international conference on security in the Western Balkans. Anton Bebler (right) of the Euro-Atlantic Council of Slovenia looks on.
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