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We take a look at the big issues likely to cause headaches in Brussels and across European capitals over the next twelve months.
Western Balkan countries want the EU's newest member, Croatia, to push enlargement of the bloc during its six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union
Outgoing European Council President Donald Tusk was elected as the new president of the European People's Party with 491 votes in favor and 37 votes against.
The Republic of North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev talks to Euronews about the country’s accession negotiations being stopped. To watch the full interview on Global Conversation click on the player.
While Serbia is in the middle of accession talks with the European Union, it's also deepening ties with Russia. That's raising eyebrows in Brussels.
“Citizens must decide which path we will take in the future – the correct, progressive European path, the path of reforms, or the path that leads backwards, towards isolation, nationalism, conflicts"
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama told Euronews on Friday that his country is "collateral damage" in an intra-EU power struggle.
Divisions over the opening of negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia to join the EU left the summit in a stalemate.
Amelie de Montchalin, France's European affairs minister called the current EU enlargement process "an endless soap opera".
Georgia wants to join the European Union.
The EU has pushed back a decision on the start of accession talks until October, with many states said to be against an early entry for Albania.
Albania and North Macedonia face new delays in the start of European Union accession negotiations that were originally due to start this month
Ten countries joined the European Union on May 1, 2004.
Summit reiterated objectives set 15 years ago, and reaffirmed determination to bring the Balkans into the EU family, but the post-summit press conference ranged further afield, to transatlantic relations, and Iran.
Some Western Balkan countries are touted to become EU members by 2025 but Bosnia is not. Why is it taking such a long time?
Four countries are at the front of the queue to be the EU's newest members. Serbia, Albania, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro are all in the running - but who will win the battle of the Balkans?
The report is highly critical of Ankara's crackdown on human rights and civil liberties
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker speaks to Euronews about border disputes and EU enlargement.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is currently touring six Western Balkan countries and has made it clear membership of the bloc is not a done deal
Russian foreign minister says EU is forcing Belgrade to chose between Moscow and Brussels.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
Bulgaria hopes to use EU presidency to revive EU accession bids
Support for joining the Brussels bloc is the highest it has been in recent years, according to a new poll.
A joint military exercise between Serbian and US troops is part of an effort to boost relations between the Balkan country and NATO
For Serbia, it’s time to open more chapters in its membership negotiations with the European Union.
The EU Commission is expected to give its
Jean-Claude Juncker has said he would respect the results of a yes vote in a Catalan independence referendum.