Danilo Babić, Research Associate at Institute of International Politics and Economics has participated at an online conference organized by the United Nations Association of Serbia on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Non-Aligned Movement. Danilo Babić has presented his view on improving economic cooperation among Non-Aligned countries in the modern economic environment.
Their views on the history of the Non-Aligned Movement, the relationship with Yugoslavia and its role in the Movement, the role of the Non-Aligned Movement in contemporary global trends, as well as the Movement’s relations with China has shared Ambassador of Arab Republic of Egypt − H.E. Mr. Amr Aljowaily; H.E. Amb. Dr. Mohamed Noman Galal, Former Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs; H.E. Dragan Bisenić, Former Serbian ambassador to Egypt; Dr. Mohamed Sameh Amro, Head of the Department of International Law, Faculty of Law, Cairo University; Dr Milan Igrutinović, Research Fellow at the Institute for European Studies in Belgrade; Prof. Dr. Mohamed Salman Taya, Professor of Political Science and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science; Mr. Marko Kovačević , Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade; Prof. Dr. Nadia Helmy, Assistant Professor of Politics and Economics, Beni Suef University; President of t he Advisory Board of UNA Serbia, Mr. Stefan Kondić and Chairman of the Board of UNA Egypt, H.E. Amb. Ezzat Elbeheary.