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Building trust


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The Western Balkans Summit was held in London. This was the fifth summit within the Berlin Process initiative, which aims to preserve the enlargement perspective for the Western Balkan countries. The Berlin Process was initiated in 2014 at a meeting in the German capital in order to preserve the enlargement perspective of Western Balkan countries and to strengthen support for countries in the region to maintain their positive reform dynamics and continue to solve open issues.

“The European Union will only be truly complete when all countries of the Western Balkans are members, which will give this region stability and future,” emphasised Prime Minister Miro Cerar at the meeting in London. He pointed out the proactive behaviour of countries cooperating in the Berlin Process and emphasised that the European Union must also continue to organise activities and provide support. First and foremost, it is expected that the countries of this region shall continue the reform processes and fulfil the required criteria for EU membership. The Prime Minister emphasised the importance of the Berlin Process Summit. It is a significant element in building trust between countries, since the region is still burdened by open issues.

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