On September 29, 2017 the initial meeting of the heads of the Western Balkan chambers of judicial officers was held on the Montenegrin coast, dedicated to addressing issues related to cross-border enforcement in the region.
The participants to the first Balkan enforcement chambers’ meeting were: Tedi Malaveci, president of the National Chamber of Private Bailiffs of Albania, Jordancho Davorkovski, and Blagoj Banjanski, members of the Board of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of the Republic of Macedonia, Radica Lazarevska Geroska, government adviser at the Macedonian Ministry of Justice, Vidak Latković president of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Montenegro, Vladan Vujović, member of the Board of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Montenegro, and Aleksandra Trešnjev, president of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of the Republic of Serbia.
The meeting was moderated by Damir Šite, a judicial officer from the Republic of Serbia.
The Initiative members unanimously held that the issues related to enforcement of cross-border claims in the region is of an upmost interest to the Western Balkan Enforcement Chambers, and they were unified in joint determination to more actively further its practice in the future. The members have also decided to nominate Damir Šite, a judicial officers from the Republic of Serbia, as their Enforcement Cooperation Initiative’s interim general secretary.