Serbia Fails To Align with Five New EU Council’s Decisions on Ukraine   | Beta Briefing

Serbia Fails To Align with Five New EU Council’s Decisions on Ukraine  

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News / Politics | 24.01.23 | access_time 16:31

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Serbia is yet again the only EU candidate country in the Western Balkans which has not aligned with new decisions of the Council of the European Union on restrictive measures over undermining and threatening territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine or destabilizing the situation in the country.  

EU High Representative Josep Borrell has said that from Dec. 3 to Dec. 16 last year, the Council of the EU adopted five decisions on restrictive measures over Ukraine, noting that all other EU candidate countries in the Western Balkans – North Macedonia, Montenegro, Albania, and Bosnia and Herzegovina have aligned with these decisions.  

Serbia is the only EU candidate country in the Western Balkans which has not aligned its policy with six previous decisions on restrictive measures over Ukraine, which were adopted in July, September and November 2022.

Serbia has also failed to align with the July decision of the Council of the EU on implementation of special measures on countering terrorism, and also with the Council of the EU restrictive measures over the situation in Iran, adopted in June and early December last year.  

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