Panel on Balkans Agree Region's Future is in the EU

Portoro┼ż, 19 November - The first day of a summit on Balkans agreed in Portoroz on Friday that the future of all Balkan countries is in a united Europe, which however requires efforts both from the EU and the governments from the region.

Portoroz.
Mini Balkans Summit, panel debate United Europe 2020, organised by the European deputies (SD/S&D) Tanja Fajon and Zoran Thaler.
Pictured from left to right: Tanja Fajon, the high representative of the international community in Bosnia-Herzegovina Valentin Inzko and Zoran Thaler.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Portoroz.
Mini Balkans Summit, panel debate United Europe 2020, organised by the European deputies (SD/S&D) Tanja Fajon and Zoran Thaler.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Portoroz.
Mini Balkans Summit, panel debate United Europe 2020, organised by the European deputies (SD/S&D) Tanja Fajon and Zoran Thaler.
Pictured from left to right: Serbian journalist Teofil Pancic, Tanja Fajon, the high representative of the international community in Bosnia-Herzegovina Valentin Inzko and Zoran Thaler.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Portoroz.
Mini Balkans Summit, panel debate United Europe 2020, organised by the European deputies (SD/S&D) Tanja Fajon and Zoran Thaler.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

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