Athens prods EU to resume enlargement process for Western Balkans

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Balkan, EastMed, European Union, Russia, Turkey

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Moscow's growing influence in southeastern Europe and the EU membership applications by Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova have forced the EU to pay attention again to its stalled enlargement drive.

These developments have fuelled concern in the EU about the security, stability, and vulnerability of countries in the Western Balkans.

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