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dc.contributor.authorCommision of the European Communities
dc.descriptionSections are bookmarked. Related document: COM (2001) 700 final.
dc.descriptionSEC (2001) 1748 final
dc.description.abstractIn Agenda 2000, the Commission said it would report regularly to the European Council onprogress made by each of the candidate countries of Central and Eastern Europe inpreparations for membership, and that it would submit its first Report at the end of 1998.The European Council in Luxembourg decided that: “From the end of 1998, the Commissionwill make Regular Reports to the Council, together with any necessary recommendations foropening bilateral intergovernmental conferences, reviewing the progress of each Central andEastern European applicant State towards accession in the light of the Copenhagen criteria, inparticular the rate at which it is adopting the Union acquis” ... “The Commission’s reports willserve as the basis for taking, in the Council context, the necessary decisions on the conduct ofthe accession negotiations or their extension to other applicants. In that context, the Commissionwill continue to follow the method adopted by Agenda 2000 in evaluating applicant States’ability to meet the economic criteria and fulfil the obligations deriving from accession.”
dc.publisherEuropean Commission
dc.subjectExternal Enlargement
dc.subjectHuman Rights
dc.subjectEU Relations
dc.titleRegular report from the Commission on Hungary's progress towards accession 2001.
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