Miroslav Lajčák

Lajcak: Slovakia can pass on its experience of joining EU to Western Balkan countries

Following an informal meeting of the Slovak Parliamentary European Affairs Committee, Lajcak said that Slovakia had successfully completed the path the Western Balkans decided to take, TASR reports.
The meeting was dedicated to the preparations for the EU-Western Balkans Summit, to be held on Wednesday in the form of a video conference.

"Next months crucial, EU faces risk if it doesn't send a clear signal to Serbia"

He also warned of the risks that the Union could face if it did not send a clear signal to the region.
"It is necessary to find a new consensus on opening accession negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia, to improve enlargement policy and to prepare the EU-Western Balkans Summit in May", Lajcak said.

Revival or Survival of the EU - What to Expect from Informal Summit

Novinite is publishing an article authored by Miroslav Lajčák, Slovakia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, on the occasion of the forthcoming informal EU Summit in Bratislava on Septemer 16, Friday.

Slovakia is currently holding the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union. 

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