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Public Lecture: The Belgrade-Pristina dialogue: The normalisation of relations and regional stability

 
Date:

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Time: 18:00 - 19:00
Venue:

Cañada Blanch Room, (COW 1.11),  1st floor, Cowdray House, LSE, London WC2A 2AE

Speaker:

Marko Đurić, Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija of the Government of the Republic of Serbia

Chair: Dr James Ker-Lindsay, LSEE Research on SEE, London School of Economics

DjuricMarko Đurić was born in 1983 in Belgrade and is Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija of the Government of the Republic of Serbia. Since 2011, he has been engaged as a researcher at the Institute of Political Studies. After Tomislav Nikolić’s victory in presidential elections, he was appointed Foreign Policy Advisor to the President of the Republic of Serbia.

Since May 2014, following constitution of the Government under Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, he assumed the post of the Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija. In addition, Mr. Đurić heads the team for negotiations between Belgrade and Priština, and is also the Head of the Negotiating Group for Chapter 35 in Serbia's negotiations on the EU accession.

Đurić has been a member of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) since its founding in 2008. He is currently a Vice President of the Serbian Progressive Party. Đurić is fluent in English and Hebrew, with fair French language skills.

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