Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in Brussels on Friday that the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina should redouble their efforts and adopt a few laws to make it possible for the EU to launch accession talks with their country. Pročitaj više
“We find that Bosnia and Herzegovina should make headway and adopt those laws that were specified last year as preconditions for a more positive appraisal of the country in the progress report which the European Commission is preparing,” Plenkovic told the press after the end of a two-day EU summit meeting in Brussels.
On 8 November, the EC is expected to publish progress reports on aspirants for EU membership.
The reports serve as a basis for decision making by EU member-states in December concerning approval for the opening of accession negotiations with Ukraine, Moldova and Bosnia and Herzegovina.