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EU will ′stand by its promises′ on Western Balkans enlargement | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


DW: The European Commission has come out in favor of candidate status for Ukraine and Moldova in record time. How do you view that recommendation with regard to the Western Balkans?

Manuel Sarrazin, Germany’s special representative for the Western Balkans: From my point of view, it’s good for the countries of the Western Balkans because it shows that the geostrategic importance of EU enlargement is still there and that there is movement in the enlargement process.

Both Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo are still waiting in line. What should be offered to these two vulnerable states?

The enlargement promise made at the 2003 Thessaloniki summit counts. Bosnia-Herzegovina is still looking at the 14 basic priorities and the implementation of necessary reforms, so we might finally grant…



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