The Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Maja Gojkovic will take part in the 3rd summit of parliament speakers of Central and Eastern Europe organized by the Polish Parliament (Sejm) in Warsaw, 12-13 July.
The heads of parliament will talk about strengthening parliamentary cooperation as a development opportunity for the region and within it cooperation relating to infrastructure, energy transformation and security, transport policy and sustainable development.
The summit will also touch on the increasingly important role of parliamentary diplomacy in international relations, the role of the parliament in the implementation of the sustainable development goals, regional cooperation projects, creating a migration policy in Europe: seeking a European migration policy model, and 30 years of overcoming divisions in Europe.
In addition to the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia the summit will be attended by the heads of the national parliaments of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Slovenia, Albania, Macedonia and Malta, as well as the deputy heads of the national parliaments of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the attendance of parliamentary delegations from Greece, Kazakhstan, Slovakia, Ukraine and Croatia.
Gojkovic will attend the Polish Parliament’s solemn session in celebration of the 550 years of Polish parliamentarism.