„It is encouraging that the EU presidency, Bulgaria, has made the policy of enlargement of the Union to the Western Balkans a priority“, Djurovic points out.
Djurovic advocates the principle of a regatta in the accession process and points out that the year in which we will join the EU depends on the degree of reforms undertaken as well as the progress in the two key chapters C23 and C24.
Bearing in mind that the accession process takes five and a half years, she points out that according to research, very few people are interested in the process and know what the same means for Montenegro, the number of Euro-skeptics has also increased, as well as what has been done so far (30 chapters open and three temporarily closed) is not a realistic picture of the fulfillment of European standards which means readiness for membership.
Professor Djurovic also said that our citizens, after Montenegro’s accession to the EU, cannot immediately expect to be employed in the member states, because the deadline for free movement of workers on the EU market is 7 years.
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