FANDOM


European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 124 01 - Diskussion
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Ama, European Commission 2007, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Verschleierung

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Quelle: European Commission 2007
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The aim of the SAA is to provide an institutional framework for the development of a political dialogue between the EU and the Western Balkan countries, which is already ongoing and has been particularly promoted by the Thessaloniki agenda. The SAA framework contributes to the development of political relations between the EU and countries of the region, promotes an increasing convergence of views on security and stability in Europe, and contributes also to harmonizing positions regarding international issues. The political dialogue with the EU will also promote the countries full integration into a community of democratic nations. The EU is committed to support the Western Balkan countries in their efforts to develop both their economic and international cooperation. - To provide an institutionalised framework for the development of political dialogue. Political dialogue between the EU and the Western Balkan countries is already held and has been particularly promoted by the Thessaloniki agenda. The SAA framework will contribute to the development of political relations between the EU and the countries of the region. It will promote an increasing convergence of views on security and stability in Europe, and will contribute to harmonising positions regarding international issues. The political dialogue with the EU will also promote the countries’ full integration into the community of democratic nations. The EU is committed to support the Western Balkan countries in their efforts to develop both their economic and international cooperation.
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[2.] Ama/Fragment 124 13 - Diskussion
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Ama, Fragment, Fride 2007, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Verschleierung

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The EU has been involved in the process of institution building in the region since 1999, through the Stabilization and Association Process. While, for Kosovo, it was unacceptable to be integrated into the instruments of Serbia or of any other country in the region, it was decided in 2002 that Kosovo would be set on a separate route towards EU membership, given the uncertainties surrounding Kosovo's final status and its unique set of challenges associated with the progress towards EU accession. A parallel forum to the regular SAP, namely the Stability and Association Process Tracking Mechanism (STM), was thus created in November 2002. Commission officials, UNMIK415 and Kosovo's government officials have since met on a regular basis to discuss progress and compliance with the Copenhagen Criteria and the SAP. This process has also involved the inclusion of two separate budget lines within CARDS, the Commission's main aid instrument for the Balkans.

The STM, together with Annual Progress Report, are the two key instruments that the EU has in place to monitor progress in Kosovo, and have involved regular meetings between European officials and local authorities. While contractual relations with Kosovo were not possible till the final definition of the status of Kosovo, now Kosovo has done its part, and this was recognized by the majority of the Member States of the EU. [...]

Both European and local authorities have been undertaking the preparatory work for possible accession. Progress made thus far include that Kosovo's institutions [in August 2006 have adopted the Kosovo's Action Plan for the implementation of the European Partnership, which replaced the previous action plan.416]


415 UNMIK’s activities were organized around pillars: Police and Justice, Civil Administration and Reconstruction and Economic Development which was administered by the EU. After the declaration of independence the UN presence in Kosovo is in the process of reconfiguration while there is no need any longer for such broad presence of the UN in Kosovo.

416 Kosovo Action Plan for the Implementation of European Partnership 2006, available on: http://www.unmikonline.org/eu/epap.html, last visited 23 January 2009.

• The EU has also been involved in the process of institution building in the region since 1999 through the Stability and Association process (SAP). Rather than integrating Kosovo into Serbia’s SAP, it was decided in 2002 that Kosovo would be set on a separate route towards EU membership, given the uncertainty surrounding Kosovo’s final status and its unique set of challenges associated with progress towards EU accession. A parallel forum to the regular SAP, namely the Stability and Association Process Tracking Mechanism (STM), was thus created in November 2002. Commission officials, UNMIK and Kosovo’s provisional institutions have since meet on a regular basis to discuss progress and compliance with the Copenhagen criteria and the SAP. This process has also involved the inclusion of two separate budget lines within CARDS, the Commission’s main aid instrument for the Balkans.

• The STM together with the Annual Progress Report are the two key instruments that the EU has in place to monitor progress in Kosovo, and have involved regular meetings between European officials and local authorities. While contractual relations with Kosovo are not possible until a decision on final status is made, both European and local authorities have been undertaking the preparatory work for possible accession. Progress made thus far includes the adoption by UNMIK and Kosovo’s institutions in August 2006 of Kosovo’s Action Plan for the Implementation of the European Partnership, which replaces the previous action plan for the implementation of the European Partnership and the Kosovo Standards Implementation Plan (KSIP).3


3 UNMIK, ‘Kosovo Action Plan for the Implementation of European Partnership 2006,’ Available at http://www.unmikonline.org/eu/epap.html [Accessed on April 10, 2007].

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