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Wednesday, 09. September 2015. 15:58

25th Economic Forum in Krynica-Zdrój - day two

The participants agreed on the need for creating the overall European Security Strategy

On day two of the Economic Forum in Krynica-Zdrój (Poland), several panel discussions from the field of politics, security, economy, marketing, energy and climate changes were held.

Panel discussion on the topic “EU Cooperation on Internal Security Issues” addressed the current challenges of the European security, primarily reflected in the current migrant crisis, developments in Ukraine, but also new types of cross-border crime.  It was pointed out that the EU should work on coherent and overall security policy, rather than the member states stick to their particular interests. Given the fact that some member states intent to build fence towards EU neighbours, a compromise solution should be found, and in the same time, security should be preserved and principles of the Schengen Agreement adhered.

Within the panel “Destabilisation of Greater Europe: Internal
and External Factors”, the specific features of the new time were emphasised, in which the conflict has been privatised, respectively it does not occur only among states, but among states and non-state organisations, which creates the need for defining different approach to security issues.  The Conference discussed the relation between the European Union and Russia in the context of developments in Ukraine and Syria, but also  the importance of more active inclusion of the United Nations in global security issues.

In the continuation of the working day, a panel discussion was held on the topic “Crisis of European Security East–South. How to Advance Towards Strategic Convergence?”, during which the participants spoke on the need for undertaking actual steps with the aim of defining and implementing the European security strategy and strengthening relations among member states. The panellists have agreed on the need for strengthening the cooperation with Russia in the fight against so-called Islamic State, bearing in mind that it represents a global threat.

Chairperson of the Committee on European Integration Mr Slaven Radunović is participating in the Forum, organised for the 25th time by the Institute for East Studies.