Established in 2014, the Berlin Process is an intergovernmental initiative to revitalize multilateral ties between the Western Balkans and selected EU member states and improve regional cooperation in the Western Balkans.
What are the results of the process so far?
What are the obstacles to achieving the full potential of the process?
And how can the initiative help to improve the security situation, fight against corruption and help promote the rule of law in the countries of the region?
Iztok Mirošič, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Slovenia
Chair: Sir Andrew Wood, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House