Disagreement over Bosnia delays decision on Ukraine’s EU status – Euronews – Ukraine News, Politics

Discussions on Ukraine’s and Moldova’s EU bids are delayed as the leaders of Slovenia, Austria and Croatia push for Bosnia and Herzegovina to be included in the final conclusions. This is reported euronews with reference to diplomatic sources.

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Three countries felt that Bosnia, which applied for EU membership in 2016 but has not made much progress since then, deserved to be granted candidate status.

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer tweeted today that “when it comes to EU candidate status, there should be no first or second class countries.”

“It should be in the strategic interest of the security of the entire Union, so as not to put the Western Balkans at a disadvantage,” he added.

  • Today, June 23, in Brussels passes summit of EU leaders, at which Ukraine can officially receive the status of an EU candidate.

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