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City of Skopje won "Balkan Charter of Peace"

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International non-governmental organization "Balkan Club of Peace" on 21.01.2012, the City of Skopje awarded the first "Balkan Charter of Peace." It is the first recognition of this kind, which is established on March the 6th, 2010 meeting in Kotor, and it is handed to the City of Skopje on its merits and activities to spread the ideas of peace and friendship, on the Balkans and beyond it.
President of the organization "Balkan Club of Peace" Osmo Vatreš, admitting the "Balkan Charter of Peace" to the Secretary of the City of Skopje, Gordana Klincarova.
This award is a great incentive for the City of Skopje to continue its walk in the footsteps of Mother Teresa in promoting the idea of peace in Skopje, Macedonia - Klincarova said.
The organization "Balkan Club of Peace" was established in 2004 in Skopje and it comprises 12 members from the region: Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, Moldova, Romania and Turkey.

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United Nations (U.N.)
New York, USA
China World Peace Foundation
Beijing, China
United Nations Childrens Fund
New York, USA
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
Paris, France
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
Vienna, Austria
United States Agency for International Development
Washington D.C, USA
European Union
Bruxelles, Belgium
Arab League
Cairo, Egypt
Forum on China–Africa Cooperation (FOCAC)
N/A
United World Colleges
London, England
Turkish Cultural Foundation
Istanbul, Turkey
Doctors Without Borders
Geneva, Switzerland
Red Cross
Geneva, Switzerland
International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation
Bern, Switzerland
Committee to Protect Journalists
New York, USA
Willy Brandt Foundation
Germany
Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Kennedy Foundation
USA
United States Institute of Peace
Washington, USA
International Cities of Peace
N/A
Russian Peace Foundation
Moscow, Russia
Gorbachev Foundation
Moscow, Russia
International Olymipic Committee
Lausanne, Switzerland
Queen Elizabeth Foundation
Leatherhead, UK
Ministry for Peace Australia
N/A
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
Istanbul, Turkiye
Dag Hammarskjold Foundation
Upsala, Sweden
Al-Sadat Foundation
Reading, UK
Peace Heroes Walk Around the World
N/A
European Federation of Journalists
Bruxelles, Belgium
Heydar Aliyev Foundation
Baku, Azerbaijan
China Association for International Friendly Contact
Beijing, China
Mahatma Gandhi Foundation
London, UK
Qatar Foundation
Doha, Qatar
Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
New Delhi, India
World Veteran Federation
Paris, France
World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers
Paris, France
Škoda
Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic
Mercedes
Stuttgart, Germany
Renault
Boulogne-Billancourt, France