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EU - Western Balkans summit

EU - Western Balkans summit

EU leaders reaffirmed the European Perspective of the Western Balkans
In the framework of the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU Council the EU-Western Balkans summit took place in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 17 May. Heads of states or governments from EU members met with the leaders from the 6 Western Balkans partners: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo. EU leaders agreed on the Sofia Declaration, supported by the Western Balkans countries. Sofia Priority Agenda has also been adopted as an annex to the declaration. The document outlines concrete measures for enhanced cooperation between EU and the region. At the summit the European perspective of the Western Balkans was reaffirmed as ...

2018-05-17

European Commission adopted new annual Enlargement Package

European Commission adopted new annual Enlargement Package

Accession negotiations to be opened with Macedonia and Albania
The European Commission adopted on 17 April 2018 its annual Enlargement Package, including seven individual reports, assessing the implementation of the European Union's enlargement policy which is based on established criteria and fair and rigorous conditionality. Progress along the European path is an objective and merit-based process which depends on the concrete results achieved by each individual country, with the rule of law, justice and fundamental rights being an utmost priority. A credible enlargement perspective requires sustained efforts and irreversible reforms. The EU Enlargement is an investment in peace, security and stability ...

2018-04-17

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SERBIA: SITTING BETWEEN TWO CHAIRS

SERBIA: SITTING BETWEEN TWO CHAIRS

While negotiating for the EU membership, Serbia continues to look eastward. What message t ...
The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin visited the Republic of Serbia on January 17th this year. During his first official visit to the country since 2014, Putin and the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić exchanged gifts, signed bilateral agreements, and shared desires of a strong alliance and bilateral partnership between the two countries in the future. The Russian President was welcomed warmly in the Serbian capital Belgrade by tens of thousands of Serbians, waving Russian and Serbian flags and openly expressing their affinity to Russia, largely due to the fact that Russia still does not recognize the Republic of Kosovo a ...

2019-03-02

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IS NATIONALISM ON THE RISE AGAIN IN THE BALKANS?
IS NATIONALISM ON THE RISE AGAIN IN THE BALKANS?9
Yordan Bozhilov
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2019-02-19

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2018-11-20

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Roma Integration and Security. Regional Approach.
2018-11-24
Roma Integration and Security. Regional Approach.

Sofia, Bulgaria

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Summer Leadership Academy
2018-07-25
Summer Leadership Academy

Representation of EU Commission in Sofia

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“TOWARDS A NEW EU DEFENSE IDENTITY
2018-05-04
“TOWARDS A NEW EU DEFENSE IDENTITY"

Sofia

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“Effective Response Mechanisms to (Returning) Foreign Terrorist Fighters from Western Balkan and Bulgaria:  Contributing to a CVE Approach to the FTF phenomenon”
2017-12-04
International Workshop “Effective Response Mechanisms to (Returning) Forei ...

Central Military Club in Sofia, Bulgaria

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