Today, February 28, the Kosovar Centre for Security Studies held a conference to publish the report "Kosovo-Serbia Technical Dialogue Agreement: Impressions on the Field". Under the project "Promoting and Communicating Benefits of the Kosovo-Serbia EU-Facilitated Dialogue", members of the Kosovo-Serbia Policy and Advocacy Group (KSPAG): Kosovar Center for Security Studies (KCSS), NGO Aktiv and the Belgrade Center for Security Policy (BCSP), conducted a study to explore and analyze citizens’ perceptions and their personal experiences with the technical dialogue and its outcomes.
The conference discussed key findings from the report in Kosovo, the North, and Serbia. KCSS findings were presented by Donika Marku, those for North Mitrovica by Igor Markovic from NGO Aktiv and Abdullah Ferizi from Balkans Policy Research Group (BPRG) who shared more details about research and findings in Serbia.
Present at the conference were researchers from various Civil Society Organizations, Embassy representatives, professors, as well as representatives from local and central institutions.