On June 1, 2018 in the Conference room of Granit Hotel, by Lake Ohrid (Macedonia), the third general meeting of the heads of Balkan chambers of judicial officers was held in order to develop a number of practical issues related to their further mutual cooperation.
The participants to the meeting were: Tedi Malaveci, president of the National Chamber of Private Bailiffs of Albania, Zoran Dimov, president of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of the Republic of Macedonia, Antoncho Koshtanov, member of the Board of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of the Republic of Macedonia, Vidak Latković president 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, interim General Secretary of the Balkan Initiative.
The Balkan Initiative Members discussed the draft version of the Memorandum of Cooperation of Balkan Chambers of Judicial Officers. The Memorandum, as the first multilateral agreement among Balkan chambers is a so far unexampled written instrument dedicated to formalizing and furthering their future cooperation, thus improving the judicial officers’ profession as well, but also the overall legal environment in the Balkan region.
The Memorandum of Cooperation of Balkan Chambers of Judicial Officers is set to be finalized and signed by the heads of Balkan chambers on July 6, 2018, in Belgrade.