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What countries will enter the EU in future?
#1
I was always wondering, what countries will enter the EU in future, and what are the ranges the EU is going to stop at? Since I live in the Republic of Moldova, this issue is an important one for me. Certainly I would like to become an EU member, it would offers great opportunities to our citizens. You see, a big share of our country's population leaves it, as they consider that we have no chances here to become solvent. From the other side I consider it would be dangerous, in some matter, if our country enters the EU. My considerations are based on the fact that, in this case, the country is jeopardized to become "empty" in a very short term.
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#2
For any country to be accepted in EU it need a more or less stable and growing economy.
When your country achieve this level of economical development the salaries will be higher... so only few will leave imho.
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#3
For one thing I think that Serbia would not enter EU. Not because EU does not want it, but because
most Serbians do not believe in survival of EU in next 100 years. It is because Serbs founded and
believed in Yugoslavia wich was like EU but with even more ties within then EU. It fell apart and
Serbs took most of the weight of its desintegration. Serbs now look at EU with respect and admiration,
but they afraid that when they got in it will fall apart. So Serbia will rather stay aside and grow on
its own than to go trough all bad things again.

Now, Serbia have some problems. It want its terithory untouched, but EU countries support its braking
in parts. On the other side, part from bosnia actually is Serbian, but Europe doesn't want to give formal
rights to Serbia. EU is making obstacles to Serbia's developement and it will assure Serbia's refusal of
EU integration.
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Stefan Wrote:For any country to be accepted in EU it need a more or less stable and growing economy.
When your country achieve this level of economical development the salaries will be higher... so only few will leave imho.

The country with stable economy have no need to enter in the EU

sasha Wrote:For one thing I think that Serbia would not enter EU. Not because EU does not want it, but because
most Serbians do not believe in survival of EU in next 100 years. It is because Serbs founded and
believed in Yugoslavia wich was like EU but with even more ties within then EU. It fell apart and
Serbs took most of the weight of its desintegration. Serbs now look at EU with respect and admiration,
but they afraid that when they got in it will fall apart. So Serbia will rather stay aside and grow on
its own than to go trough all bad things again.

Now, Serbia have some problems. It want its terithory untouched, but EU countries support its braking
in parts. On the other side, part from bosnia actually is Serbian, but Europe doesn't want to give formal
rights to Serbia. EU is making obstacles to Serbia's developement and it will assure Serbia's refusal of
EU integration.

I agree
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#5
I think the Kosova Republik is allmoust allready in EU, it's a luck of piece of papper that's all! Smile
It is becausse manu hundreds of thousands of Kosovar-Albanians allready is intergrated in EU countryes,
and oll this EU-mission workers in Kosova allready employed to intergrate infrastructure security and economy,
and the Kosovar justice and law is based in the same one EU model, and the same kind of institutions are on the way! Smile
The Albania is waiting for green light to the EU, they allready are member of NATO peace mission,
and sun will Kosovars enter NATO membership to...! :mrgreen:
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#6
The Croatians will enter EU to!
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roki Wrote:The Croatians will enter EU to!
when do you think this happens?
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#8
Croatia, Serbia, Albania together in 5-10 years.... Confusedlurp
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clearman Wrote:Croatia, Serbia, Albania together in 5-10 years.... Confusedlurp
Skip Serbia which will refuse when EU formaly pops the question.
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#10
Why should Serbia refuse?
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Because Serbia went through one "Union" (Yugoslavia) once, and it is enough for us. We wish all the best to EU, but we don't believe in it after YU colapsed.
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you can't compare Yougoslavya with EU. These are totally different things.
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#13
Not totally. It was more similar than different. The principals at its fundaments was the same.
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#14
sasha, Yugoslavia was a communist union, similar with USSR, not EU. After 90's she collapsed like her big sister.
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Not true. It was formed december 1st 1918, after WWI as a dream to unite Slavic brothers and as a try of Serbia to protect western Slavic brothers from others. At first it was The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians, soon after it changed the name to The Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and the king was Serbian king Aleksandar Karadjordjevich who was killed in France by Ustasha movement, the last his words were "Protect Yugoslavia for me".

In fact first ideas about Yugoslavia were from Slovenians and Croats under Austro-Hungary. After WWI Serbia had great victory and it was good time to acomplish that dream. Communists became illegal party in The Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1920 and they started to work on destruction of it since.

At dawn of WWII communists got out from illegal work with help of British Intelligence in March 27 1940. They fought fashism, but during WWII there was also an civil war in Yugoslavia. There were some other groups that was fighting fashism at the time, like chetniks, but they were fighting each other too. At the end of WWII communists came out that mess as winners, mainly because of the Soviet and British help. Only then they bannished the legal king out of Yugoslavia. During WWII The King was in London where he stayed until his death. His son was back in Belgrade in '90s.
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#16
what I meant is that you can't compare it with the EU because of its sizes. Unions carry on different policies because of its territories.
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#17
Armenia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, Moldova, Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine - prospects for the future.
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#18
Sorry, the Netherlands...are not a founder state of UE? Smile
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#19
of course it is, Helen probably made a mistake.
Netherlands founded the EU in 1957 along with Germany, Belgium, France, Italy and Luxembourg.
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Can Russia enter the EU? Is it possible? They will have to share their resources cheaper in this case.
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#21
Russia instead will have other different facilities. Despite the fact it is developing fast, Russian citizens still have difficulties in obtaining visa for other countries. If it joins the European family, these barriers will be removed.
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#22
In few years things might change. I mean the level of life in Russia will increase and its citizens' wish to leave the country will vanish!
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#23
Now, Russia has no chance to join it. Therefore, I don't think it burns with the desire to do that.
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#24
If relations between Russia and EU worsen, the EU's economic situation will worsen. In this case, EU will want to join Russia! Smile
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#25
This is Jerenovsky’s dream
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