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.
Regional co-operation in combating organised crime, especially drug trafficking, is a matter of legal assistance between the states.
Experts say that a police operation performed in co-operation with Germany demonstrates Albania's capacity to identify and lead major operations against organised crime groups.
The advancement of the position of national minorities is one of the key points in Serbia's European integration process.
Civil society groups in Albania call for a referendum on reversing the country's new territorial reorganisation to diffuse ethnic tensions.
Progress in the defence sector and faster EU integration are the main benefits of Serbia's co-operation with the EDA, experts and officials say.
Analysts warn that if the opposition SYRIZA wins, it may reverse the austerity policy in exchange for the country's international bailout and cause a run on banks and an exit from the Eurozone.
Balkan countries expect greater assistance and support from the EU and NATO to counter human trafficking.
The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding to advance collaboration between their prosecutors' offices.