V session of Igman Initiative

The 5th session of the Igman Initiative

May 31 – June 2, 2002. Kotor, Montenegro Participants called for the heads of states and governments of the three countries to meet and establish a permanent dialogue and to improve their cooperation. This initiative was accepted by Mr. Beriz…

IV session of Igman Initiative

The 4th session of the Igman Initiative

Seminar On Cross-Border Cooperation October 19-21, 2001. Dubrovnik, Croatia In cooperation with the Prague branch of the EastWest Institute, the Initiative convened a “Seminar On Cross-Border Cooperation.” This was an opportunity for an exchange of experience of NGOs from southeastern…

III session of Igman Initiative

The 3rd session of the Igman Initiative

May 12-13, 2001. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina After assessing the relations among the Dayton Triangle countries, the participants agreed inter alia that the attained level of relations still legged behind the normal one. This conclusion was supported by the following…

II session of Igman Initiative

The 2nd session of the Igman Initiative

March 3-4, 2001. Novi Sad, Serbia The Igman Initiative was institutionalized at this session. Goran Svilanovic, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the FRY, who opened this session, was recommended to prompt unilateral abolishment of visas for citizens of Croatia. This…

I session of Igman Initiative

The 1st session of the Igman Initiative

Prospects of Relations between BiH, Croatia and the FRY November 17-19, 2000. Zagreb, Croatia This preliminary meeting, which grew into the Igman Initiative, addressed the main topic “Prospects of Relations between BiH, Croatia and the FRY.” The conference was convened…