The POLITICAL group of socialists and democrats in the European Parliament proposed that in the EP’s report on the expansion of the Union, their proposal for the suspension of negotiations with Serbia be voted on because Belgrade did not impose sanctions on Russia, spokeswoman of that parliamentary group in the EP Inga Černi Grim said today.
“The author of the report on EU enlargement is the Croatian MP Tonino Picula, and the reason for this proposal is that Serbia did not introduce sanctions against Russia and did not align with the EU’s foreign policy, as is expected of candidate countries for EU membership,” she said. Black Grimm.
The proposal of the enlargement report is expected to be voted on on October 13 in the EP Foreign Affairs Committee.
The spokeswoman could not say what the position of other EP political groups is on this proposal.
The final version of the draft report will take the form of a Resolution of the European Parliament, at a vote expected during November.
EP resolutions are not legally binding for member states, nor for other European institutions.
“Give priority to the alignment of accession countries with the EU’s common foreign and security policy and continue accession negotiations with Serbia only if the country aligns with EU sanctions against Russia,” the draft report states.
The West is brutally pressuring Vučić to impose sanctions on Russia
THE SPECIAL war waged by Western political centers against Serbia and President Aleksandar Vučić, with the aim of our country urgently joining the embargo against Moscow, is accelerating on all fronts, and after the session of the United Nations General Assembly, a “new weapon” is being drawn: Belgrade is now threatens, not only with the withdrawal of foreign investments, but also with the freezing of negotiations with the EU.
The reason for the latest volley of fire on Serbia, led by diplomats from Washington and Brussels, was a technical document signed in New York by the Russian and Serbian heads of diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov and Nikola Selaković, which contains absolutely nothing controversial, but only an agenda. planned meetings of officials of the two sides in the next two years.
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