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International Commission on the Balkans: the Final Report

May 31, 2005
The 2005 report stated that the current status quo in the Western Balkans is dangerous and unsustainable and that European integration is the only way to bring development and prosperity to the region. Today, no much has been done for moving forward from that stalemate.
The Regional integration within the EU framework is likely to be the best possible solution.

More info on the Commission, its history, the report issued, on the website: http://www.balkan-commission.org/

Attached there is the 2005 Report. ReportInternationalCommission.pdf (908 KB)
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