51st SWG Assembly Session gathered SWG delegates from member and observer countries/territories in Brdo...
The main aim of the SWG session is to discuss the accomplishment in the period April – August 2021 and discussion related to the partnership cooperation and new projects within the SWG portfolio. Planning of the SWG major events APF and Ministerial Meeting are also elaborated.
The main aim of the session is to discuss the SWG Operational and contingency plan, accomplishment in the period June 2020 – September 2020, discussion on the SWG major events i.e. Agricultural Policy Forum 2020 and Annual Meeting of the Ministers from SEE 2020 and discussion on the internal topics.
The aim of the online session is to discuss the retrospective of the accomplishment in the period December 2019 – June 2020, discussion and planning of the SWG major features Agricultural Policy Forum 2020 and Annual Meeting of the Ministers from SEE 2020 and discussion on the internal topics.
During the 46th SWG Assembly session the realized activities in the period September - December 2019, annual planning of the regional activities and initiatives in the period of 2020 were discussed as well as the cooperation with SWG partner institutions.
The 44th SWG Assembly Session was attended by SWG delegates from the member institutions from: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and representatives from observer institution from Croatia. The purpose of the meeting was to present accomplishments in the period December 2018 – April 2019, upcoming major SWG events (Agricultural Policy Forum 2019 and Annual Meeting of the Ministers from SEE 2019), cooperation with other international organizations and institutions.
The 43rd SWG Assembly Session was hosted by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture of Germany (BMEL), and attended by SWG delegates from the member institutions, observer institutions, as well as GFA, GIZ and SWG Secretariat. The purpose of the meeting was to present a retrospective of the achievements in 2018 and the plan for 2019. In addition, representatives of BMEL shared their experiences on relevant agricultural policy topics.