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Kapetanović: The last chance for BiH to join key regional processes
Text: Bisera Džidić, Photo Archive
SARAJEVO, November 9 (FENA) - Top EU officials, leaders of the Berlin Process (Germany, France, Italy, the UK and Poland) and leaders of the Western Balkans will hold a video conference tomorrow to approve a multi-year action plan called the Common regional market. The importance of this leadership summit, organized by this year's co-chairs of the Berlin Process, Bulgaria and North Macedonia, is not only in the EU's repeated certification of the future of the Western Balkans, but also in the adoption of concrete activities that will accelerate the process in 2021-2024. These activities largely put into operation the EU Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans, worth nine billion euros, for better infrastructural connectivity, competitiveness, inclusive development, and the so-called green and digital transition.