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Enlargement policy has been one of the most successful policies of the European Union from its very beginning. It has been uplifting and creating conditions for cooperation, common ground solutions and most importantly it has fostered peace in Europe.
Only 15 years ago, CEE countries gave their best to harmonize with the EU legislation and exceed transition from authoritarian regimes; now they all made immense progress in economic growth, democracy standards and most importantly prosperous life for their citizens. After years of status quo, President of the European Commission announced the return of the EU Enlargement to the top of the Brussels agenda with a clear perspective for Serbia and Montenegro to complete the accession process by 2025. A new window of opportunity for the Western Balkans, has been opened.
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This article is not about the politics. On the occasion of the 15th jubilee, we thought that it would be interesting to find out some curious and funny facts about the EU. Thus, here are 10 little-known facts