images/2bs_2013.jpg We are very proud to announce that the third 2BS Forum successfully ended and this year’s Forum was very impressive and well attended.
The number and variety of participants at the third 2BS Forum has surpassed our expectations and is a testimony to the importance of this event and its growing recognition at the international level.
images/yata_2013.jpgYouth Atlantic Seminar held on June 6, 2013 gathered around 50 participants from more than 15 countries: Canada, the United States of America, Armenia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Italy, Romania, and Portugal etc.
Young atlantists discussed Syria’s Civil War and NATO’s Role in the Conflict as well as Regional Cooperation and Common Security Challenges. This was an insightful Seminar, filled with well-spoken experts that provided useful in-depth analysis of the issues at hand.
images/budva.png Legend says that Budva was founded by Cadmo, son of the Phoenician King Agenon, after he was expelled from Thebes. This town is considered one of the oldest on the Adriatic.
Budva is today a town of carnivals, festivals, holidays, beautiful hotels and beaches. Many people call it the tourist capital of Montenegro because of the many things on offer, the wonderful Riviera and exclusive hotels and restaurants.
Discover, Experience and Enjoy Montenegro - the Wild Beauty at the Southern Adriatic.
Montenegro, a small but geopolitically important Balkan nation, has made steady progress in its path toward NATO membership since it formally began a Membership Action Plan (MAP) in 2009. As one of the four official NATO-aspirant countries and currently in the third cycle of the MAP, Montenegro has made and continues to make significant reforms that are essential for NATO membership.
The Third To Be Secure Forum is officially opened in Hotel Splendid, Budva.
The First Session "How to end Syria's Civil War and Shape a new Middle East? NATO's Role in the Conflict?" is successfully completed!
First Youth Atlantic Seminar Session :How to end Syria's Civil War and Shape a new Middle East? NATO's Role in the Conflict? is in progress!