Western Balkan nations strengthen cooperation at Poland summit

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Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) and Prime Minister of Northern Macedonia Zoran Zaev (R) during the plenary session at the Western Balkans Summit in Poznan, Poland 05 July 2019. The summit gathered officials from countries taking part in the Berlin Process, an initiative that supports the integration of the six Western Balkan nations with the European Union.

Western Balkan nations strengthen cooperation at Poland summit


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Government officials from the Western Balkans and high-level EU representatives met from the 4-5 July in the Polish city of Poznań to discuss and strengthen regional cooperation between the Western Balkans partners, as well as between the region and the EU.

Several key areas were on the table during the discussions in Poznań, including strengthening transport and energy connectivity within the region and with the EU, boosting the digital transformation of the region, supporting socio-economic development, economic integration, regional cooperation, and security.

The summit is part of the Berlin process, an initiative of several member states supporting the European perspective of the Western Balkans.

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