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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 118 01 - Diskussion
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It declared that whichever states met the Regional Approach standards could sign association agreements, mirroring the Europe Agreements with the Central and East European candidates.397 What is more, the EU agreed to open asymmetrically its markets even prior to the signature on such an agreement. Brussels also unveiled the Community Assistance for Reconstruction and Development and Stability (CARDS) program, which was to assist domestic reforms and reconstruction in the countries in question and replace PHARE and OBNOVA.398 Although the EU insisted that the SAP was its contribution to the Stability Pact, it was clear that the former programme had much greater appeal.399 This had to do with the fact that, being a contractual framework implemented by the Commission's DG External Relations, the SAP drew on the accession template rather than the reconstruction and conflict-management oriented CFSP instruments. There were important indications about the direction in which the SAP was moving. The presidency conclusions of the Feira Council in June 2000 referred, for a very first time, to the Western Balkan countries as potential members of the EU.400 At the same time, the SAP completed the process of separating the Western Balkans from Stability Pact recipients Bulgaria and Romania, which were also given green light during the Helsinki Council (December 1999) to start membership negotiations.

397 Communication from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament, Stabilization and Association Process for the Countries of South Eastern Europe, COM(99) 235 final, 26.5.1999.

398 Council Regulation (EC) No 2666/2000, 5 December 2000 on assistance for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, repealing Regulation (EC) No 1628/96 and amending Regulations (EEC) No 3906/89 and (EEC) No 1360/90 and Decisions 97/256/EC and 1999/311/EC.

399 Cf. Emilian Kavalski, The Western Balkans and the EU: the Probable Dream of Membership, South East Europe Review, No. 1-2, 2003, pp. 197 ff., 202-205.

400 Presidency Conclusions of the Santa Maria da Feira European Council, No. 200/1/00, 19-20 June 2000.

It declared that whichever states meeting the Regional Approach standards could sign association agreements, mirroring the Europe Agreements with the Central and East European candidates.10 What is more, the EU agreed to open asymmetrically its markets even prior to the signature of such an agreement. Brussels also unveiled the Community Assistance for Reconstruction and Development, and Stability (CARDS) programme, which was to assist domestic reforms and reconstruction in the countries in question and replace PHARE and OBNOVA.11

Although the EU insisted that the SAP was its contribution to the Stability Pact, it was clear that the former programme had much greater appeal.12 This had to do with the fact that being a contractual framework implemented by the Commission’s DG External Relations the SAP drew on the accession template than with the reconstruction and conflict-management oriented CFSP instruments. There were important indications about the direction into which the SAP was moving. The presidency conclusions of the Feira Council in June 2000 referred, for a very first time, to the Western Balkan countries as potential members of the EU.13 At the same time, the SAP completed the process of separating the Western Balkans from Stability Pact recipients Bulgaria and Romania, which were also given green light during the Helsinki Council (December 1999) to start membership negotiations.


10 Communication from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament: Stabilisation and Association Process for the countries of South Eastern Europe, COM (99) 235, 26 May 1999.

11 Council Regulation (EC) No 2666/2000. 5 December 2000.

12 Cf. Emilian Kavalski, ‘The Western Balkans and the EU: the Probable Dream of Membership’ South East European Review, No 1-2, 2003, pp. 202-5

13 Presidency Conclusions of the Santa Maria da Feira European Council, No. 200/1/00, 19 -20 June 2000.

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