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ISAC Fund, within the framework of the Monitoring Russia - Serbia Relations Project, announces:
THIRD ROUNDTABLE "Energy in the Southeast Europe"
Monday, 19 October 2009 10am - 4pm
National Bank of the Republic of Serbia hall
Nemanjina 17 (entrance from Svetozara Markovica st)
At the Roundtable, ISAC Fund will present its report Energy in the Southeast Europe to the Serbian public. Energy Report was created in cooperation between authors from Serbia, Russia, Norway, Hungary and Bulgaria.
The Roundtable will be an ideal opportunity for Serbian and foreign experts to exchange of views and opinions on:
Oil and Gas Policy: Cooperation between the Southeast Europe and Russia in Ensuring Sustainable Energy Security;
Energy Security in the Southeast Europe - Points of Concern for Serbia and Countries of the Region;
Experts will consider issues connected to the South Stream gas pipeline as well as analyze the connection between gas and oil pipelines and energy political, economic and legal issues in the Southeast Europe.
Igor Tomberg, Russia, Head of Energy and Transport Research, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences;
Pavel Baev, Norway, Research Professor, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO);
Natasha Hroneska, Macedonia, Analytica Thinking Laboratory Research Fellow, Skopje;
Andrбs Deбk, Hungary, CEU Center for EU Enlargement Studies;
Konstantin Simonov, Russia, Director of the National Energy Security Fund;
Milan Simurdic, Serbia, President of the Forum for International Relations of the European Movement in Serbia, former Ambassador of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro to Croatia;
Aleksandar Kovacevic, Serbia, Energy Consultant, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Senior Visiting Research Fellow;
Indroductory remarks by: Dusan Reljic,Senior Researcher at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs - SWP;
Moderated by: Zorana Mihajlovic Milanovic, Energy Consultant from Belgrade and Lecturer at Megatrend University.
Those interested in attending this event should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their application and a few sentences describing their background and interest in the topic.
ISAC Fund Team shall distribute a limited number of Invitations to those interested to attend