Tirana, Albania—Heads of state, political leaders and scholars discussed cooperation between the Balkan and Korean peninsulas.
Tirana, Albania—Economic experts considered ways in which economic development can be expanded throughout the Balkans.
Tirana, Albania—Religious leaders attending a UPF webinar gave messages of hope for these unprecedented times.
Pristina, Kosovo—UPF and affiliated organizations staged a Peace Road event on World Walking Day.
Tirana, Albania—Around 130 Ambassadors for Peace from Albania and Kosovo celebrated the 15th anniversary of the founding of UPF.
Former presidents and prime ministers were the speakers at the ISCP webinar. (Includes session video.)
Intervention of H.E. Albin Kurti, Prime Minister (2020), Kosovo, in session 2 at ILC2020.
UPF Europe and Middle East hosted a webinar on the theme "The Western Balkans: Facing up to Historical Challenges and Seizing Looming Opportunities" on July 30, 2020.
Intervention of H.E. Fatmir Sejdiu, President (2006-2010), Kosovo, in the Peace Talks Webinar on 30-7-2020 on the theme “The Western Balkans Facing up to Historical Challenges and Seizing Looming Opportunities”.
Seoul, Korea—Balkans experts gathered at a special session of World Summit 2020 to discuss the region’s progress to a peaceful future.
Family values, Peace values
Peace and Development in the Balkans: the Role of Business, Entrepreneurs and Investors
Intervention of Hon. Albin Kurti, Member of the Assembly, Republic of Kosovo, at the Southeast Europe Peace Summit in Tirana, Albania, on 26 October 2019.
The Opening Plenary on the theme of "Perspectives for Peace in the Balkans" took place in the Tirana Congress Hall on the morning of Saturday 26 October, 2019.
Peace, Security and Human Development in Southeast europe: International Summit Council for Peace and Podgorica Club Joint Session.
Education for Peace and Human Development
Addressing the critical challenges of our time - the role of parliamentarians.
Pristina, Kosovo—A two-day conference held in Kosovo’s parliament envisioned a peaceful future for the Balkan Peninsula.
Pristina, Kosovo—Local Peace Councils have been established in the cities of Ferizaj and Gjakova.
Tirana, Albania—The 2018 Balkans Peace Road brought a message of peace to a region that is still recovering from years of bloody conflict.
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