|datum||28 januari 2020 13:30|
|locatie||Altiero Spinelli (ASP)|
|organisatie||European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS)|
Despite a reaffirmed EU commitment to enlargement, Member States' positions diverge on the speed and schedule of the process. However, maintaining a credible perspective on future accession is crucial for the Western Balkans countries, as well as for the European Union. In a resolution adopted on 24 October 2019, the European Parliament expressed deep disappointment over the failure to agree on opening EU accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia. […]
A failure to deliver on EU commitments could increase regional instability and frustration, both sources of nationalist policies, boosting the influence of third countries. Ahead of the Zagreb Western Balkans Summit, policy-makers and experts will discuss the state of play of enlargement policy, followed by an opportunity for questions and comments from the audience.
Location: Library Reading Room, 5th floor, Altiero Spinelli Building (05D), European Parliament, Brussels
Last updated: 23-01-2020