First Macedonia and Albania, then Ukraine and Moldova to start EU accession talks


Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis spoke about the possible EU perspective of Ukraine and Moldova, among other things, during a discussion at the 27th Congress of the European People’s Party in Rotterdam, where he stressed that the order must not be disturbed, not forgotten in the West Balkans, pointing out that the first priority is to resolve the issue between North Macedonia and Bulgaria to start our country’s negotiations with the EU, said MIA correspondent in Athens.

PM Mitsotakis said that the debate on the future EU membership of Moldova and Ukraine in the European Union will take place in a month, and stressed that the discussion “will not be easy, because we already feel that there are different views in the European Council”, but also that they expect the opinion of the European Commission.

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