What’s Up in My Europe
The opening of the last negotiating chapter will be a recognition of the efforts of Montenegro, a significant step towards membership, and additional incentives for
Here it is again, the one topic that is on everyone’s minds in Brussels and Strasbourg these days – the May 2019 European Parliament elections!
Taking the EU benefits for granted, citizens of CEE countries lack solidarity and understanding of WB EU accession process. Likewise, citizens in WB are unaware of changes that EU integration brings. There is deficiency of EU Enlargement debate based on individual experiences of citizens, in comparison to the one at policy level which does not engage wider public. This lack of citizens’ support and understanding on both sides could endanger forthcoming Enlargement process.
One of the most popular young actors, good known TV host, was a guest of the Youth Forum of the European Movement in Serbia, realized in cooperation with the European Movement in Serbia – Kraljevo. An open and informal talk with youth of Kraljevo region was moderated by Isidora Martinenko, EMinS Youth Forum Vice President.
At the first Belgrade Security Forum plenary panel titled “Balkans 2025” moderated by Zoran Nechev from Center for EU integration.