On April 17, 2019, regular Spring Council meeting of the Balkan Enforcement Initiative was held at the headquarters of the Albanian National Chamber of Private Bailiffs in Tirana.
The participants to the Tirana Spring 2019 Balkan Initiative Council meeting were: Tedi Malaveci, president of the Albanian Chamber of Private Bailiffs, Alban Ruli, chairman of the Board of the Albanian Chamber of Private Bailiffs, Zoran Dimov, president of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of Macedonia, Angjelka Efkoska, member of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of Macedonia, Vidak Latkovic, president of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Montenegro, and Aleksandra Tresnjev, president of the Serbian Chamber of Judicial Officers.
During their regular Spring 2019 Council meeting, Balkan Enforcement Initiative members addressed the issue of latest developments in the regulatory framework on enforcement in the Republic of North Macedonia. The meeting participants expressing their strong concerns related to the repugnant effects the so far enacted legislation changes shall assuredly have both on judicial debt recovery and the profession of judicial officers in that jurisdiction.
Balkan Enforcement Initiative members decided to jointly assess the effects current regulatory alterations will have on enforcement in the Republic of North Macedonia, and to release their official statement on the matter, based on contemporary international standards of enforcement, as unequivocally defined by EU regulations, relevant bodies of the Council of Europe (CEPEJ and the European Court of Human Rights), and the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ).
The meeting was moderated by Damir Site, general secretary of the Balkan Enforcement Initiative.