Accession Committee Has Become an Instrument of Monitoring the Implementation of Commitments

Ljubljana, 3 April - As Slovenia approaches the end of accession negotiations with the EU, the Slovene-EU accession committe has become more an instrument of monitoring the commitments and negotiations rather than that of monitoring the implementation of the Europe Agreement, which dictated the establishment of this body. This was said by Jaime Garcia Lombardero, who is in charge of Slovenia at the European Commission directive of enlargement, after the third annual session of the committee, which took place in Ljubljana on Tuesday.

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