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The stabilisation and association process: the western balkans
As potential candidates, the countries of the Western Balkans have a European perspective. Recognised during the Feira European Council in 2000 and confirmed by the Thessaloniki European Council in 2003, this European perspective is integrated into the stabilisation and association process, which is the European Unions policy in relation to the countries of the Western Balkans. In addition to the specific regional requirements regarding political and economic stability and regional cooperation, the stabilisation and association process has gradually incorporated the enlargement process instruments to bring the countries of the region closer to the EU.
- Western Balkans: enhancing the European perspective
- Consolidating stability and achieving prosperity in the Western Balkans
- Integration into the European Union
- The stabilisation and association process
- Kosovo – Towards European integration
- Enlargement Strategy
Stabilisation and association agreements
- Partnerships with the Western Balkans
- European Partnership with Albania
- European Partnership with Bosnia and Herzegovina
- European partnership with Montenegro
- European Partnership with Serbia, including Kosovo
- Accession Partnership with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
- Agreements with the countries of the Western Balkans on the facilitation of the issuance of visasArchives
- Readmission agreements with the countries of the western Balkans
- SECTORAL COOPERATION