The Centre for Eastern Studies, acting with the Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis (IDSCS), located in Skopje – the coordinator of the Southeast European Think Network (SEE Think Net) - organized a conference in Skopje on December 6th to summarize Poland's leadership in the Berlin Process. The conference entitled “Experiences from Poznań: before the joint presidency of Northern Macedonia and Bulgaria in the Berlin Process in 2020” had been opened by the deputy ministers of foreign affairs of Poland and Northern Macedonia - Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk and Andrej Żernowski.
The meeting was attended by the representatives of the think tanks and non-governmental organizations involved in the Think Tank Forum and the Civil Society Forum, which were held as part of the Western Balkans Summit in Poznań. The achievements of the Polish presidency in the field of involvement of think-tanks and civil society in the Berlin process were presented by Marta Szpala from OSW.
Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has published a report o int's web page : https://www.gov.pl/web/dyplomacja/wiceminister-szymon-szynkowski-vel-sek-z-wizyta-w-skopje