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SEECP Declaration: Region's Full EU Integration in the Best Interest of Europe

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Archive / News | 10.07.19 | access_time 09:40


Member states of the South East Europe Cooperation Process (SEECP) passed a Declaration on July 9 suggesting that only the region's full integration into the European Union could serve the best interests of Europe.

The SEECP members underlined the necessity of upholding incentives to EU enlargement and continuous commitment to reforms, as well as more dynamic regional cooperation and good neighborly relations.

They agreed that working together with European institutions could step up positive change in the region.

The document also promoted commitment to joint efforts, so as to make it possible for the states to face security challenges in the region, because the security of South East Europe was a primary condition for the security and safety of the continent.

The SEECP conference on Mt. Jahorina was attended by the leaders of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Turkey, Montenegro, Albania, North Macedonia and Bulgaria, alongside representatives from Croatia, Greece, Slovenia, Moldova and Romania.

The adoption of the Declaration ended Bosnia's one-year presidency of the regional initiative, which will be taken over by Kosovo next year.

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