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EU dispatches additional medical material to neighbouring countries

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10.2.2021 – The European Union is sending medical supplies, such as gloves, masks and overalls to Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia following their requests for assistance through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. The EU will draw on its rescEU medical reserve based in Greece to respond to the request of Montenegro and North Macedonia. [...]

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Serbia approches EU

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19.6.2017-The sixth meeting of the Accession Conference with Serbia at ministerial level was held today in Luxembourg to open negotiations on chapter 7 – Intellectual property law and chapter 29 – Customs union. The European Union delegation was led by Ms Helena Dalli, Minister of European Affairs and Equality of Malta, on behalf of the [...]

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Serbs support EU accession

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Serbia’s pro-European ruling party appeared headed for a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, as early returns gave the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić more than half the vote. With 65 percent of votes counted, the SNS got 51 percent, according to the Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) — that’s [...]

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The Return of the Balkan Question

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“One must Europeanize the Balkans, in order to avoid the Balkanization of Europe.” I wrote those words with the French political scientist Jacques Rupnik in 1991, just as war was breaking out among Yugoslavia’s successor states. The fighting would last until the end of the decade, claim thousands of lives, and twice require the intervention [...]

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Serbia enters in the EU Civil Protection Mechanism

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Serbia and the European Union signed today an agreement which clears the way for the membership of Serbia in the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. Civil protection assistance consists of governmental aid delivered in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. It can take the form of in-kind assistance, deployment of specially-equipped teams, or assessment and coordination [...]

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Serbia and the EU

vir: www.dw.de

A recent survey in Serbia carried out as part of the Argus project, realized by the independent news agency Beta with the support of the EU, showed that Serbian citizens have a more positive attitude toward Russia than toward the EU. 40% of the respondents have a negative opinion of the EU, while only 17% [...]

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Hahn visiting Serbia

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Johannes Hahn, the European Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, visited Serbia yesterday (20.11.2014). On his first official visit to the Western Balkans in his new role, Commissioner Hahn will be discussing Serbia’s reform agenda on the way to EU accession. He will have meetings with politicians, above all President Tomislav Nikolić, Prime [...]

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Serbia started negotiations with EU

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President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso met on Tuesday with the Serbian Prime Minister, Mr Ivica Dačić and First Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Aleksandar Vučić, ahead of the first Intergovernmental Conference between the European Union and Serbia. “Today’s Intergovernmental Conference, which opens Serbia’s EU accession negotiations, is the start of an entirely new [...]

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