The first meeting between the police chiefs of Serbia and Kosovo is being hailed as a major step in the region's fight against organised crime.
Co-operation with the Alliance will help Serbia modernise its defence system and improve the country's military capabilities.
A deadly accident involving refugees from Syria and other war zones draws attention to a growing crisis for some Balkan states.
Co-operation with NATO will benefit ordinary citizens by improving security, human rights and the capacities of independent institutions.
Military-to-military co-operation between the two neighbouring countries is important for regional and global peace and Serbia's military development.
A new deal tightens ties between law enforcement agencies in Kosovo, Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Military-to-military co-operation is the most developed segment of the partnership between the Serbian Army and the Ohio National Guard.
Co-operation with NATO is the only guarantee for safety and progress in Serbia, experts and officials say.
Serbia's chairmanship of an international NATO forum will improve the country's partnership with the Alliance.
The IPAP accord between Serbia and NATO has political and military implications.
Roma leaders emphasise the importance of protecting vulnerable citizens from the recruiting efforts of ISIL and other radical groups.
New border security measures and pledges of economic initiatives followed a spike in illegal migration from Kosovo.
Experts point to the importance of regional and international co-operation among prosecutors in the fight against terrorism and extremism.
The strengthening of military ties between the two countries is beneficial for their bilateral relations, mutual co-existence and the success of future regional co-operation.
British experts will train Macedonian police and inspectors in the fight against organised crime.