International scientific conference entitled: China –Romania-Serbia-North Macedonia-Greece, Perspective for academic-scientific Cooperation and Silk Road in the Club of the Members of Parliament of the National Parliament of Serbia, Belgrade, on March 29, 2019.

Scientific Board:

-Prof.dr Ivica Radovic, Founding member of INIS, Serbia.

-Prof. dr Vladimir Marinković, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and Chairman of the Serbia-Israel Parliamentary friendship group, Founding member of INIS, Serbia.

-Prof.dr Nikola Tanic, Founding member of INIS, Serbia.

- Dr Jonathan Fighel, rtd.col. International Disciplinary Center-Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy- The International Institute for Countering Terrorism Herzliya, Tel Aviv, Israel, Founding member of INIS.

-Prof.dr Xu Mingqi, Director of Center for European Studies, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, PR China.

- Dr Shaul Shay, International Disciplinary Center-Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy- The International Institute for Countering Terrorism Herzliya, Tel Aviv, Israel.

-Brig. gen.prof.dr Ephraim Lapid, Director of Europa Institute of Bari-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Founding member of INIS, Israel,

-Prof.dr Chang Jiadong, the Dean of BRI Institute of Strategy and International Security, FUDAN University, Shanghai, Founding member of INIS, PR China.

-Prof.dr John Nomikos, Director at the Research Institute for European and American Studies, Athens, Founding member of INIS, Greece.

-Prof.dr Liliana PopescuBirlan, Prorector at the National School of Political and Administration Studies, Bucharest, Founding member of INIS, Romania.

- Prof.dr Wu Xueming, Office of International Cooperation Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai, Founding member of INIS, PR China.

-Prof.dr Rastislav Kazansky, Head of the Department of Security Studies at the Faculty of Political Science and International Relations of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Founding member of INIS, Slovakia.

-Prof.dr Teodora Ivanusa, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Maribor, Founding member of INIS, Slovenia.

-Prof.dr Klaus Lange, Professor, Director of the Institute for Transnational Studies (ITS), Founding member of INIS, Germany.

Program Board

-Prof.dr Vasko Stamenvski, Faculty of Law, Former Major General at the Ministry of the Interior, Founding member of INIS North Macedonia.

-Prof.dr Darko Dimoviski, Professor, Faculty of Law University of Nis, Founding member of INIS, Serbia.

-Prof. dr Zoran Dragišić, member of Parliament of National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, Founding member of INIS, Serbia.

-Dr. Jelena Stanojevic, Researcher at the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Nis, Serbia.

-Dr. Uros Zdravkovic, Assistant Professor at the University of Niš, Faculty of Law, Serbia.

Institute for National and International Security in cooperation with MPs group of the Serbian Parliament held on 29.03.2019., International round table between the Peoples Republic of China, Republic of Romania, Republic of Serbia, Republic of Northern Macedonia and Republic of Greece, on the subject of academic – scientific cooperation and risk assessment on Silk road. The opening of the round table began with greetings speech from prof. dr Bojan Tubić, the deputy of the Minister, on behalf of Mladen Šarčević, Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.

In goodwill for further cooperation, the Memorandums of Cooperation were signed between INIS, from Belgrade, Serbia and The National University for Political and Administrative Studies, from Bucharest, Romania, and also between INIS, from Belgrade, Serbia and Faculty of Political Science, Philosophy and Science of Communication from West University of Timisoara, Romania.

After the signing of Memorandums Prof. dr Zoran Dragisić, member of National Parliament of Serbia, held a speech in which he expressed his gratitude for all participants that took interest to be a part of the International round table and was grateful for opening of further cooperation and mutual agreements and for support about the problems that may occur on organization of Silk Road initiative and about current problems on initiative One belt One road and also on initiative 16+1.

Next speaker was Prof. dr Marilen Gabriel Pirtea, Rector of the West University of Timisoara and Vice President of the Parliament of Romania followed by Prof. dr. Zoran Dragišić, member of Parliament of Serbia, Deputy Dean on Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade.

Afterward, the presentation was held by Prof. dr XU Mingqi, General Director of the Centre for European studies, Shanghai Academy for Social Science, from Shanghai, the People Republic of China, who was given a special award for his contribution on cooperation with INIS.

Prof. dr Liliana Popescu Bîrlan, Vice-Rector of the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration Studies, Bucharest, Romania, member of INIS, who was also given a special award for her contribution on cooperation with INIS, after holding her speech.

In the continuation of the event following participants presented their lectures:

- Prof. dr Florim Lobont, Dean of Faculty of Political Science, Philosophy and Communication technology, West University of Timisoara, Romania

All participants have presented ways for future cooperation in all areas regarding the Silk Road Initiative and hoping to make our connections and cooperation even stronger.

During the lunch break, special meeting was organized in the building of National Parliament of Serbia. The hosts of the meeting were: Prof. dr Vladimir Marinkovic Deputy President of National Parliament of Serbia and founding member of INIS and Prof. dr Aleksandra Tomić, member of National Parliament of Serbia, Chairman of the Committee of Finance and Budget, together with Prof. dr Marilen Gabriel Pirtea, Rector of the West University of Timisoara and Vice President of the Parliament of Romania, and prof. dr Darko Trifunovic, Director of INIS. During the meeting discussion was held on Romanian and Serbian relationship.