from InSerbia Website
The session attended all full members from the United States, Europe, Asia and associate members and guests from the Middle East and other parts of the world.
In total, there were more than 400 leaders from the fields of politics, banking, economy and media.
Serbian media has not published the information about this event, because the Group for Serbia, as the new members of the Trilateral Commission are called, did not publish the news on its website.
The group did not respond even to the question from Novosti to provide the information about this event, saying,
Group for Serbia in the Trilateral Commission is consisted of,
However, Hasanovic has put this information with photos on his personal profile. Among other things, it says:
Since 1973, when David Rockefeller formed the Trilateral Commission as a non-governmental organization of experts, billionaires, bankers and lobbyists, it has grown into the most powerful interest group.
Members of the Trilateral Commission today are representatives of 178 nationalities.
In recent years, European group has been constantly expanding, so in the organization, from 1998. until today, were admitted,
It is interesting that the people who brought Serbia into the Trilateral Commission, both Kovacic and Hasanovic, are “Masons” and members of the Regular Grand Lodge of Serbia.
Jovan Kovacic is Belgrade communications expert and adviser for political affairs, who was educated in Serbian, American and British schools. He was Tito’s translator and journalist for Tanjug, swimming champion, then a war correspondent for the Western media, adviser of OHR in Bosnia and Herzegovina and OEBS in Belgrade.
About 10 years ago he founded the first company for strategic partnership and lobbying. Since 2006. he was adviser of the Government of Republika Srpska and Government of Serbia.
He is married and father of three, he lives and works in Belgrade as the co-owner of the “Kovacic & Spasic” company.
Secretary General of the Serbian trilateral, Dejan Novakovic, is State Secretary in the Ministry of Energy.
He is from Krusevac, got a degree in Economics at the Belgrade University and Ljubljana, but he was hired in MIA as expert for international security, organized crime and corruption. In 2011. he attended plenary session of the Trilateral Commission in Helsinki.
Tahir Hasanovic is known in Serbian politics as a youth activist, the youngest member of the Central Committee, then as one of the leaders of New Democracy, personal manager of DOS, businessman and a templar.
He retired from politics and business and in the “East West Bridge” group, as he says, makes efforts to promote Serbia in the world as a liberal and tolerant country.