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European Parliament adopts resolutions on Western Balkan countries

BRUSSELS – European Parliament has adopted resolutions on Serbia (503 votes for, 85 against and 47 abstentions), Kosovo (393-139-71), Macedonia (470-116-46), Albania (459-112-62) and Montenegro (484-80-63) on Thursday. The resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina has not been discussed because of the potential impact on government formation.

Resolutions are political documents that represent Parliament’s opinion on European Commission’s reports on the candidate countries, published in April this year.

Read about the content of each report HERE, and HERE about the yesterday’s discussion on them during a plenary session.

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