A keystone of German and European policy towards Montenegro is providing support for political and economic reform as part of European Union accession negotiations. Montenegro has been a candidate…
Foreign Minister Maas travels to Warsaw for the Berlin Process meeting
If economically strong and stable democracies develop in South-Eastern Europe, both Germany and the EU stand to benefit.
The European Commission’s new strategy for the Western Balkans reaffirms the region’s EU perspective but also makes it clear that there is a long way to go before the six countries can join the EU. Germany is providing extensive support for the necessary reforms.
Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth received a delegation from the newly founded Regional Youth Cooperation Office of the Western Balkans at the Federal Foreign Office on 5 December.