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The European Union has reignited membership talks with Albania and North Macedonia despite geopolitical uncertainty in the region. This marks a historic moment for the Western Balkans.
After waiting for 17 years, North Macedonia has taken the next step toward EU membership. The fact that no one is celebrating is due to the absurd conditions that await the Balkan country, writes Boris Georgievski.
Kosovo said it plans to formally apply to join the EU by the end of this year. It's membership bid would face major stumbling blocks, as five EU countries do not recognize Kosovo as an independent state.
The leaders of Albania, Serbia and North Macedonia have criticized the slow progress on their EU membership bids — largely because Bulgaria is blocking them.
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