Countries across the Balkans are working together with the US in the fight against ISIL and other terror groups.
Experts suggest Kosovo and Serbia co-operate more closely as the talks between the two countries are renewed.
Balkan countries expect greater assistance and support from the EU and NATO to counter human trafficking.
Regional media unites, calling the recent terrorism in Paris an attack on freedom of expression.
The two countries agreed their security agencies will more effectively exchange information.
Croatian officials said Zagreb will block Serbia's European integration unless Belgrade processes the war crimes committed on Croatian territory during the 1990s.
Experts say modernised military forces will be more prepared to confront extremists like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding to advance collaboration between their prosecutors' offices.
ISIL fighters crossing through Balkan countries are a serious threat because they are able to commit terrorist attacks anywhere, experts say.
Kosovo will continue to participate in the Charter as an observer.
Regional security forces co-operate with the US Marines to boost their peacekeeping capacities through joint military exercises.
Officials from Albania and Serbia are encouraging inter-ethnic tolerance and fostering a fear-free, non-violent environment for returnees.
The region is determined to continue making contributions to global security.
Police in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina joined forces to arrest 15 individuals suspected of war crimes, showing the importance of regional co-operation.
Kosovo will receive assistance from the US and the EU on how to effectively prosecute terrorists and their collaborators.