Berlin – ESI takes part in ministerial conference on EU enlargement
ESI senior analyst Adnan Cerimagic took part in the Ministerial Conference on Europe titled “A larger, stronger Union – making the European Union fit for enlargement and future members fit for accession”.
The conference was organised by the German Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, and it included EU and enlargement countries foreign and EU ministers, as well as the EU officials. A selected group of experts from academia and civil society working on the EU internal reforms and enlargement were invited to take part in it.
Adnan also took part in a Chatham House side-event roundtable on the Western Balkans, organised by the European Council on Foreign Relations. He had several meetings where he advocated for some of the ESI’s proposals, with a special focus on how EU integration could make conflicts in the region unthinkable.
- “Preventing violence – transform Kosovo dialogue”
- “Scoreboard - The true state of accession - What the Commission assessments reveal”
- “End the turtle race How the EU can address the crisis of the accession process”
- “Offer the four freedoms to the Balkans, Ukraine, and Moldova For a merit-based EU accession process with a credible goal”
- “47 again? Russia out, Kosovo in Support Kosovo’s membership in the Council of Europe”
- “Abandon clichés about Bosnia: Push EU-related reforms instead of arbitrary conditions”
- “No partition: Why Kosovo and Serbia must not discuss territory”
- “Anti-Corruption Report for the West Balkans: Measure corruption in order to fight it”