Delegation to the South East Europe Cooperation Process Parliamentary Assembly


The South East Europe Cooperation Process Parliamentary Assembly was inaugurated on 10 May 2014 and is the fruit of institutionalisation of the long-standing parliamentary cooperation between the 12 participating countries of the South East Europe Cooperation Process.

The South East Europe Cooperation Process (SEECP) was launched in 1996 with the aim to transform South-East Europe into a region of stability, security and cooperation in line with European integration trends, by promoting inter-dialogue and cooperation at all levels and in all areas of common interest. The following twelve countries take part in the work of the Cooperation Process as full members: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Greece, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey. The Republic of Serbia was included into the full scope of activities of the SEECP at the Skopje Summit in October 2000.

The SEECP Parliamentary Dimension was launched at the conference of Parliament Speakers in Athens, 15-16 October 1997, with the rising need for a more intense cooperation between the parliaments as a logical continuation of the existing cooperation at the governmental/ministerial level. Before the inauguration of the Parliamentary Assembly, the SEECP Parliamentary Dimension functioned at the level of national coordinator meetings, SEECP Parliamentary Dimension Working Group, annual conference of Parliament Speakers of SEECP participating countries, as well as international conferences on topics of interest for the SEE region.

The National Assembly’s standing delegation has four members and four substitute members, while the National Assembly Speaker is also the head of the delegation. The plenary session takes place once a year at the parliament chairing the SEECP, while the meetings of the three general committees take place once a year at the parliament the elected general committee chairperson belongs to. The Regional Secretariat for Parliamentary Cooperation with headquarters in Sofia, Regional Secretariat for Cooperation with headquarters in Sarajevo and the network of national coordinators offer operational support.

The SEECP fundamental document is the Charter on Good Neighbourly Relations, Stability, Security and Cooperation in South East Europe, adopted in Bucharest in 2000.

The founding document of the SEECP Parliamentary Assembly is the Declaration on the inauguration of the SEECP Parliamentary Assembly, adopted on 10 May 2014 in Bucharest.

Latest activities

  • MP Djordje Milicevic headed the National Assembly’s delegation at the SEECP PA Plenary Session, held in a hybrid format on 21 and 22 June 2021 in Antalya and organised by the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

  • Deputy member of the National Assembly standing delegation to the SEECP PA Djordje Milicevic took part in the online meeting of the SEECP PA Standing Committee, held on 14 June 2021, under the auspices of the Turkish presidency of the SEECP.

  • On 15 April 2021, Milica Dacic, member of the National Assembly’s standing delegation to the South East Europe Cooperation Process Parliamentary Assembly (SEECP PA), took part in the meeting of the SEECP PA General Committee on Justice, Home Affairs and Security Cooperation held via video link, under the auspices of the Turkish SEECP Presidency.

  • Deputy member of the National Assembly’s standing delegation to the South East Europe Cooperation Process Parliamentary Assembly Djordje Milicevic took part in the online meeting of the SEECP PA Standing Committee on 8 December 2020.

List of MPs

MP's full name Political party Hometown Age
DACIC IVICA
Head
SPS Belgrade 1966.
DACIC MILICA
Member
SNS Cacak 1988.
FILIPOVIC SRBISLAV
Member
SNS Belgrade 1984.
KOSANIC DJORDJE
Deputy member
JS Kragujevac 1967.
KOSTADINOVA NEVENKA
Member
SNS Bosilegrad 1972.
MARICIC VLADICA
Deputy member
SNS Nis 1987.
MILICEVIC DJORDJE
Deputy member
SPS Valjevo 1978.
OBRADOVIC MILICA
Deputy member
SNS Raca, Vucic 1990.
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monday, 18 october
  • 11.30 - the National Assembly Speaker takes part in the on-line meeting of the EP facilitated Inter-Party Dialogue (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, library)

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