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У всех шести стран-партнеров на Западных Балканах – Албании, Боснии и Герцеговины, бывшей югославской Республики Македония, Черногории, Косово и Сербии – есть четкий путь к окончательному вступлению в Европейский Союз, заявила Верховный Представитель ЕС Федерика Могерини, объявив о новой стратегии «Надежная перспектива расширения ЕС и его усиленного взаимодействия с Западными Балканами», принятой Европейской Комиссией. Устойчивые усилия и реформы все же необходимы, но ясно то, что интеграция отвечает интересам жителей ЕС и Западных Балкан.

Meeting informally in Sofia, EU foreign ministers discussed the newly proposed Strategy for the Western Balkans for the first time, the ways of strengthening the EU perspective of the region and preparations of the EU – Western Balkans Summit in Sofia. The European Union and the Western Balkans have a common interest in working more strongly together, to guarantee both the citizens of the EU and the region the economic and social development as well as security.

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Les six pays partenaires des Balkans occidentaux disposent de lignes claires pour rejoindre à terme l’Union européenne, a déclaré aujourd’hui Federica Mogherini, haute représentante de l’Union, lors de l'annonce de la nouvelle stratégie adoptée par l'Union européenne, intitulée «Une perspective d'élargissement crédible ainsi qu'un engagement de l'Union européenne renforcé pour les Balkans occidentaux». Des réformes et des efforts résolus restent nécessaires, mais l’intégration est de toute évidence dans l’intérêt des populations de l’UE et des Balkans occidentaux.

All six partner countries of the Western Balkans - Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia - have a clear path to finally join the European Union, EU High Representative Mogherini said today announcing the new Strategy for 'A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans' adopted by the European Commission. Sustained efforts and reforms are still needed, but it is clear that integration is in the interest of the people of the EU and Western Balkans.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the EU Programme for Local Development and Employment is demonstrating the continued support of the European Union to flood-affected localities, as well as EU endeavour to move from recovery to socio-economic development. EU support to all levels of society across the region is critical to enhancing the stability and development of the Western Balkans, as well as their European integration.

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