EU, Regional and local policies

North Macedonia in the EU

The Republic of North Macedonia is a landlocked country in Southern Europe, bordering Kosovo, Serbia, Albania, Bulgaria, and Greece. The capital – Skopje (Скопje) – is home to approximately a quarter of the country’s population (approximately 2 million). Ethnic Macedonians make up most the country’s population (64.2 %), with Albanians (25.2 %), Turks (3.9 %),

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EU projects in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a beautiful country, with a complex political system, trying to find its place in the European family. There are many obstacles, but the goal is clear. To become a member of the European Union, the ideal of equality and justice, security and economic prosperity. The EU has supported the country on

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SLOVENIAN PRESIDENCY TO THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION – CIVIL PROTECTION COOPERATION WITH THE WESTERN BALKANS WITH THE FOCUS ON IMPROVING THE REGION’S RESILIENCE

Cooperation with the Western Balkans and active participation in the implementation of several IPA Programs has been a long-standing priority for EU Member States and the European Commission. Significant steps were taken in 2008, during the first Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the EU that set in motion the “Bled initiative”. The adoption of

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