European Union External Action


Western Balkans

Economy, security and reconciliation are the three key areas of cooperation in focus of the London Summit on the Western Balkans. The EU has made a clear commitment and will expand on concrete measures to strengthen the cooperation with the region and within the region, helping further its European integration process while making it stable and prosperous

Председатель Европейской Комиссии Жан-Клод Юнкер посетил Скопье, Тирану, Белград, Подгорицу, Сараево и Приштину после принятия Стратегии Европейской Комиссии в отношении стран Западных Балкан.


L’Union européenne et les Balkans occidentaux partagent une histoire commune et un riche patrimoine culturel, qui pourront être explorés cette année à travers les diverses initiatives organisées dans le cadre de la route du patrimoine culturel UE-Balkans occidentaux.


The European Union and Western Balkans share a common history and rich cultural heritage, which can be explored this year through the diverse initiatives of the EU – Western Balkans Cultural Heritage Route.


The SA Council positively noted the European Commission's 2018 Albania Report, which recommended that accession negotiations be opened with Albania, in light of the progress achieved, maintaining and deepening the current reform momentum.

The Council welcomes the continued presence of Operation Althea, which in the follow up of the Strategic Review 2017 has refocused on its core mandate, while retaining the elements of capacity building and training deemed to be still necessary and phasing out the other elements no longer relevant.

EU ove nedelje radi u Njujorku i Briselu sa partnerima iz Zapadnog Balkana na ubrzanju reformi i procesa integracije, uključujući i promovisanje efikasne regionalne saradnje


Si në Nju Jork dhe ashtu edhe në Bruksel, BE këtë javë po punon me partnerët e Ballkanit Perëndimor për të përshpejtuar reformat dhe procesin e integrimit, duke përfshirë promovimin e bashkëpunimit efektiv rajonal.

Both in New York and Brussels this week, the EU is working with the Western Balkans partners to accelerate reforms and the integration process, including through promoting effective regional cooperation.


Today, the Commission has confirmed that Kosovo has met the 2 outstanding visa liberalisation requirements on the ratification of the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro and a strengthened track record in the fight against crime and corruption, thus fulfilling all benchmarks set out in the Visa Liberalisation Roadmap.


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