EU Policies

EU Enlargement

 Today’s European Union, with 27 Member States and a population close to 500 million people, is the result of an evolutionary process of integration and enlargement for over half of a century. The EU Member States have agreed to extend the EU membership perspective to countries in South East Europe - Croatia, Republic of Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia including Kosovo under UNSCR 1244 as well as to Turkey and Iceland. Membership will only happen when the necessary requirements are met.

Romania supports the “open doors” policy for those countries that have the will and capacity to meet the EU enlargement criteria.

To date, there are four candidate countries:

The other countries from the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia including Kosovo under UNSCR1244) are considered potential candidate countries. 

Focus

Photo exhibition “30” dedicated to the anniversary of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, opened at the EU Council, Atrium area

12/03/19

In 2019, we honour the memory of those who 30 years ago took the streets and stood for free and democratic Romania! Do not miss the exhibition “30” opened at the EU Council, Justus Lipsius building - Atrium area. You will see powerful images of those …

The message of Minister for European Affairs George Ciamba at the end of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union

06/28/19

“Presiding over the Council was the maturity test for Romania and a means to reconfirm its attachment to the European project” – George Ciamba We are preparing to hand over the Presidency of the EU Council after six intense months,…