Anniversary of accession talks freeze May 3: No change for the better in Serbia’s EU prospects

Anniversary of accession talks freeze May 3: No change for the better in Serbia’s EU prospects


A year since the European Commission froze accession and stabilisation talks with Serbia over Belgrade’s reluctance to bring war crimes suspects to justice, few hold out much hope that the Balkan country can resuscitate the process. The talks, aimed at bringing Serbia closer to EU membership, were halted on May 3, 2006.  By Boris Babic They can be restarted once Belgrade shows more commitment in the search for fugitives such as Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic, wanted by the International Crimi...


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