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The Balkans should be the EU members


The Secretary General of the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro and co-chair of the EU-Montenegro Joint Consultative Committee Pavle D. Radovanović took part in the high-level debate on “The Western Balkans: a clear roadmap for the way forwards”, which took place in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The event was organized by the European Economic and Social Committee.

Together with high-level representatives of the EU, Bulgaria, Germany, North Macedonia, Albania and Serbia, he spoke within the panel dedicated to civil society dialogue between the European Union and the Western Balkans.  

- Every country in the Balkans should become EU member when it unconditionally meets all the requirements for EU membership, says Radovanović.

The EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research and Culture Maria Gabriel and the Vice President of the Assembly of Bulgaria Kristian Vigenin also addressed the participants.