We strongly support the enlargement of the EU to embrace its Western Balkans partners providing that they fulfil all criteria for membership, with a particular accent on the Fundamentals. ...
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and Serbia held the 10th meeting of their Civil Society Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) in Brussels on 10 March, adopting a joint declaration by majority on 31 March. JCC members called on the EU institutions to take better account of civil society's role and to strengthen its involvement in monitoring Serbia's accession process and holding authorities to account.
The ninth meeting of the EU-Serbia Joint Consultative Committee (JCC), that took place in Belgrade on 10-11 October, gathered members of the European Economic and Social Committee and representatives of Serbian civil society organisations (CSOs). The general agreement was that, despite the progress made in some areas, Serbia has still a long way to go to meet interim benchmarks in the field of rule of law and Copenhagen political criteria for its accession to the EU.
Importance du dialogue social, rôle des organisations patronales, situation économique des pays des Balkans, avancement du processus d’adhésion, défis politiques actuels: tels étaient les sujets principaux des discussions menées à l’occasion de la table ronde des employeurs des Balkans organisée à Ljubljana (Slovénie) ce 22 mars 2017. La manifestation a réuni des représentants des organisations patronales des pays d’ex-Yougoslavie (Slovénie, Croatie, Serbie, Bosnie-Herzégovine, Monténégro, Ex-République yougoslave de Macédoine).