(ANSAmed) - BELGRADE, DECEMBER 7 - A comparison of strategies and new projects in the field of sustainable energy development was the focus of a meeting held today in Belgrade between ministerial representatives and experts from 10 countries in south-eastern Europe. The meeting was held at the Serbian Energy Ministry as part of the Sustainable Energy Development Regional Initiative (SEDRI) project, supported jointly by the Central European Initiative (CEI) and Sarajevo's Regional Cooperation Council (RCC). The SEDRI initiative began in 2009 with the aim of coordinating the activities of the two organisations and promoting joint action in the field of sustainable energy development. The meeting was chaired by CEI chief Giorgio Rosso Cicogna and was taken part in by representatives from the energy ministries of Serbia, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria,Montenegro, Moldova, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belorussia and Albania. One work session focused specifically on new-generation biofuels and the advanced technology in the sector. (ANSAmed).