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30. 12. 2021. 00:00   >>  17:33

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Slovenia fights in EU for "membership perspective"

During its presidency of the Council of the European Union, Slovenia managed to reintroduce the term "membership perspective" in the documents, instead of the current "European perspective" for the countries in the Balkans and Eastern Europe Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa announces.

"One of the strategic successes (of our government) is that we have returned enlargement to the table as one of the key strategic projects of the EU. It took a lot of discussions," Jansa said in an interview with Slovenia television, agency Hina reported.

In a traditional talk ahead the New Year, Jansa said that after seeing what was happening in the east and what was happening in the Balkans, he had repeatedly pointed out during the EU talks that it should be clear to EU that by expanding, it also expands the "space of freedom and prosperity."

"We need to get rid of the illusion that things will be resolved on their own, and if the EU does not expand, then someone else will expand," Jansa said.

The Prime Minister of Slovenia said that at the meetings in Brussels, he achieved that the EU documents instead of the "European perspective" of non-member countries, reintroduced the "membership perspective", which, according to him, was opposed by some of the old members, the founders of the EU.

"Ukraine, or Serbia, has a European perspective, because they are in Europe and will always stay there, but they want the perspective of membership.  But it was difficult to write in the documents and it had to be fought for," Jansa stressed.

According to him, one of the European leaders, whom he did not want to name, said during the discussion "why introduce them in the EU when they are cheaper for us as labor like this."

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