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On June 20, 2024, in Belgrade, a session of Working Group 15 – Energetics of the National Convention on the European Union was held. The session began with opening remarks by Sonja Licht, President of the Foundation BFPE, and Damir Dizdarević, coordinator of the Working Group.

At the session, expert Aleksandar Kovačević presented the latest developments regarding the initiative to include the Western Balkans in the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS). His presentation provided insights into the significance and potential benefits of this system for the region.

The main topic of the meeting was a discussion on nuclear energy and its use in Serbia. Slobodan Bubnjević, a science journalist and writer, together with Dr. Dragomir Bondžić from the Institute for Contemporary History, provided a detailed overview of the current state and future possibilities for the development of nuclear energy in the country. The discussion presented various perspectives that highlighted the challenges and opportunities in this field.

The meeting concluded with a discussion on defining key recommendations for the Ministry of Mining and Energy, establishing a framework for further work on improving Serbia’s energy policy in line with European standards.

This post is also available in SRP.

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