Balkans Peace Initiative

International Leadership Conference Held in Albania

Tirana, Albania - Approximately 150 distinguished guests and Ambassadors for Peace from Albania and other Balkan nations participated in an International Leadership Conference on October 18 entitled “Toward Leadership and Good Governance for Lasting Peace and Development in Albania and Balkans.” Two thirds of the participants were from Albania, including former President Alfred Moisiu, who attended all the events on that day. International participants included Prof. Ivan Kaltchev from Bulgaria, President of South East Europe Philosophers Association, and Mr. Nadim Gemayel, son of a former president of Lebanon. The presentations were much appreciated, and at the end of the conference 60 new Ambassadors for Peace were appointed. The conference was organized in partnership with Korça Municipality.

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