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Written by SOT.COM.AL 15 Nëntor 2023
The next EU-Western Balkan summit will be held on December 13 in Brussels. The EU has announced this on its official website, while the details of the agenda will be made public later.
This summit precedes the summit of the European Council, which will take place on 14 and 15 December 2023 in the Europa building in Brussels.
Two days ago, an EU-Western Balkans ministerial meeting was held in Brussels, which brought together EU foreign ministers and their counterparts from the Western Balkans and was chaired by the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security, Josep Borrell.
On the official website of the Council of Europe, it was announced that the discussion focused on common security challenges against the backdrop of ongoing global and regional security threats.
There, High Representative Borrell underlined the importance of unity and strong cooperation with Western Balkan partners to build resilience and promote peace and stability on the continent. In this context, he recalled that the European Union relies on candidate countries as reliable partners in foreign, security and defense policy, including when it comes to alignment with EU decisions in these areas.
The meeting also provided an opportunity to exchange views on challenges in the region and its European future at a time when the EU's enlargement policy has gained new momentum and following the recent adoption of the Commission's enlargement reports assessing progress of each partner on its way to the EU.
High Representative Borrell reiterated the EU's continued strong support – political, technical and financial – to all candidates and potential candidates to help them advance key political, institutional, social and economic reforms.
In this regard, the new Growth Plan approved last week should enable the partners to increase reforms and investments to significantly accelerate the speed of the enlargement process and the growth of their economies.
Present at this meeting were: Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs of Albania, Igli Hasani, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Elmedin Konakovi?, Foreign Minister of Kosovo, Donika Gërvalla-Schëarz. The meeting was attended together with the EU foreign ministers for Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, Filip Ivanovi?, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia, Fatmire Isaki, and the Minister of European Integration of Serbia, Tanja Miš?evi?.