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dc.contributor.authorEuropean Commission
dc.descriptionCOM (2012) 600 final
dc.descriptionSWD(2012) 331 final}{SWD(2012) 332 final}{SWD(2012) 333 final}{SWD(2012) 334 final}{SWD(2012) 335 final}{SWD(2012) 336 final}{SWD(2012) 337 final}. COM (2012) 600 final
dc.description.abstractThe enlargement policy of the EU has been pursued for more than four decades. Successive accessions have seen the number of members gradually increase from the original six to 27. Croatia is due to become the 28th member on 1 July 2013. Through its enlargement policy, the EU has, since its inception, responded to the legitimate aspiration of the peoples of our continent to be united in a common European endeavour. It has brought nations and cultures together, enriching and injecting the EU with diversity and dynamism. More than three quarters of the EU Member States are former ‘enlargement’ countries.
dc.publisherEuropean Commission
dc.subjectExternal Enlargement
dc.subjectEU Relations
dc.subjectEconomic criteria
dc.subjectIntenational Obligations
dc.titleCommunication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council. Enlargement Strategy and Main Challenges 2012-2013
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