The European Commission recommends granting Bosnia the status of a "candidate country" for EU membership

The European Commission recommends granting Bosnia the status of a "candidate country" for EU membership The European Commission for Neighborhood and Enlargement has recommended that Bosnia and Herzegovina be granted "candidate country" status for the union.  A member of the European Commission for Neighborhood and Enlargement, Oliver Varhely, said that the Commission recommended that Bosnia and Herzegovina be given the status of a "candidate country" for the union.  This came in a speech he delivered on Wednesday to the European Parliament, during which he presented the Commission's report on expansion for 2022.  He made it clear that the EU would continue to monitor Bosnia and Herzegovina on issues such as anti-corruption, freedom of expression, the press and legal reforms.  Varheli stressed the importance of Bosnia and Herzegovina implementing the 14 articles known as the "Fourteen Priorities".  On June 23, the European Council stated that it was ready to grant Bosnia and Herzegovina the status of a "candidate country".  Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted an official application to the European Union in February 2016 to join its membership, after years of reforms.

The European Commission for Neighborhood and Enlargement has recommended that Bosnia and Herzegovina be granted "candidate country" status for the union.

A member of the European Commission for Neighborhood and Enlargement, Oliver Varhely, said that the Commission recommended that Bosnia and Herzegovina be given the status of a "candidate country" for the union.

This came in a speech he delivered on Wednesday to the European Parliament, during which he presented the Commission's report on expansion for 2022.

He made it clear that the EU would continue to monitor Bosnia and Herzegovina on issues such as anti-corruption, freedom of expression, the press and legal reforms.

Varheli stressed the importance of Bosnia and Herzegovina implementing the 14 articles known as the "Fourteen Priorities".

On June 23, the European Council stated that it was ready to grant Bosnia and Herzegovina the status of a "candidate country".

Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted an official application to the European Union in February 2016 to join its membership, after years of reforms.
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