Campaign for the establishment of RECOM under the auspices of the Berlin Process
RECOM Memo In May 2017, in the course of just a few days, 50,000 citizens of Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Pristina, Zagreb, Belgrade, Nis, Presevo, Novi Sad, Zrenjanin, Subotica and Novi Pazar signed the petition calling on the leaders of post-Yugoslav states to conclude an official agreement to...
Coalition for RECOM support Statute Changes
At its Seventh Assembly, held on November 14, 2014 in Belgrade, the Coalition for RECOM has expressed support for the changes made to the RECOM Statute by the Envoys of the Presidents of Montenegro, Serbia, Croatia, and Kosovo, and the Bosniak and Croatian Members of the Presidency of Bosnia...
Establishment of RECOM Contributes to a Lasting Peace in the Balkans
Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade, Pristina, Banja Luka, Podgorica, Skopje On the occasion of the International Day of Peace on September 21, the Coalition for RECOM wishes to draw attention again to the fact that governments in the post-Yugoslav countries have an obligation to ensure peace,...
Skopje Run for REKOM – successful participation at the Skopje Marathon 2014.
Sports should unite people regardless of their political, civil, religious and ethnic background. This was the motto of the people who ran the Run for RECOM at the Skopje Marathon 2014, May 11th. Many of the black RECOM T-shirts were noticed in the crowd of 6000 participants in the Skopje...
The Establishment of RECOM is an Indicator of the Political Maturity of the Leaders of Post-Yugoslav Countries
On January 27, 2018, in Sarajevo, the Coalition for RECOM held the VIII Assembly Session, and...Read more
Western Balkans Leaders Appoint Personal Envoys for Drafting of the Agreement on the Establishment of RECOM
Sarajevo, Belgrade, Podgorica, Skopje, and Pristina 20 December 2017 Western Balkans...Read more
YIHR: Developments regarding “Mirëdita, dobar dan!” Festival
"Mirëdita, dobar dan!" Festival introduces Belgrade public to the cultural scene of Kosovo as a...Read more
Ending the silence surrounding secret mass graves and the fates of the missing
At least 130,000 people lost their lives in the wars following the breakup of...Read more
Finding the bodily remains of ‘the missing’ is a cornerstone in the development of a public culture of memory of the past
Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade, Pristina, Podgorica Some 23 years after the outbreak of...Read more