19 March 2015 – Balkans Group launched the policy report “Serb Integration in Kosovo after the Brussels Agreement”. The launch of the report was preceded by a roundtable discussion in the presence of the key political and internationals actors, policy makers, and journalists in Prishtina. The report examines the current state of the implementation of the First Agreement on Normalisation of Relations. It discusses the challenges of Serb integration and how best to overcome them in a manner that strengthen Kosovo’s institutions and respect of its Serb community. It surveys the existing illegal Serbian institutions throughout the country. The Association/Community is a very important part of the Agreement and a focus of this report; detailed research and recommendations describe how it should lead to complete integration of the Serb community in Kosovo, remove Belgrade institutions and advance normalisation of relations between Kosovo and Serbia. In addition to their keynotes, the ambassadors of Switzerland, H.E Krystyna Marty Lang, and of the Royal Norwegian Embassy, H.E Jan Braathu joined our panel as speakers. Marko Prelec, BPRG Executive Director presented the findings of the report. The discussion engaged prominent civil society members and officials in a lively debate about the Kosovo- Serbia dialogue and integration of the serb community. The report was also presented in North Mitrovica, Belgrade and Brussels.