Govt engages external experts to help prepare for dialogue with Serbia
The Balkans Policy Research Group (BPRG) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Kosovo and the Embassy of Norway a week ago setting modalities for the engagement of external experts in the dialogue process with Serbia and other agendas related to the dialogue.
“The engaged experts provide expertise, professional and substantive support for the dialogue process, and support the prime minister, his cabinet, and the deputy prime minister for European integration, development, and dialogue,” the Group said in a press release.
“External experts have no representative or leadership role and are contracted only by the BPRG. The experts engaged so far are Bernard Nikaj, Leon Malazogu, Robert Muharremi, Muhamet Mustafa, and Veton Surroi. Blerim Shala is expected to join the group of experts soon. Other experts may be invited and engaged depending on the needs of the government and the dynamics of the dialogue process. This activity is one of the program components of the BRPG, which are implemented with the support of the Government of Norway, within the framework ‘Development of peace & state-building, and advancement of the European agenda.’”