The future of South Eastern Europe is becoming
an important issue for the European Union, the Mediterranean and the rest of
Global security, stabilisation of democracy,
implementation of traditional political standards, EU membership, gender
equality and economic integration are the most important challenges for this
Region enjoying a huge economic potential and a promising and dynamic Youth.
We decided to organise an exceptional session
of the Crans Montana Forum, dedicated to the international relations of South
Eastern Europe, in Pristina, capital-city of Kosovo, the youngest
European State, on October 16 to 19, 2019 proposing the following global
topic “Improving Regional Cooperation -
Fostering Stability & Development”.
This session will bring together in Pristina,
Heads of State and Government, Ministers, International Organisations, MPs and
above all Businesses from South Eastern Europe but also from around the World.