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15. 09. 2021. 00:00   >>  21:38 0

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Merkel: The Berlin process is not a substitute for the EU

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today, after a joint meeting with the prime ministers of the Western Balkans in Tirana, that the Berlin process is not a substitute for EU membership and does not consider it a failure, and stressed that the Balkans have many friends in Europe.

At a press conference with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, Merkel said she supported the project of forming a common regional market.

"The more cooperation, the better," she added.

Albanian Prime Minister Rama said that the Open Balkans initiative was born from the Berlin Process as a mechanism that will accelerate it and a means for its realization.

Rama added that "it is unbelievable that Kosovo does not use this initiative" which includes Serbia, Northern Macedonia and Albania.

Merkel reiterated that Germany is interested in the integration of the Western Balkans into the EU and congratulated Albania on its efforts to restructure the judicial system.

She assessed that Albania and Northern Macedonia fulfilled the conditions for the start of negotiations with the EU, but that, unfortunately, this was not achieved due to the veto of Bulgaria.

The Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabic, the Prime Ministers of Albania, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia and Kosovo - Edi Rama, Zdravko Krivokapic, Zoran Zaev and Albin Kurti, and the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH Zoran Tegeltija took part in the joint working lunch with the German Chancellor.

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