Foreign Affairs Ministry touts EU enlargement

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In response to a European Commission report on European Union expansion released on Tuesday, the Foreign Affairs Ministry yesterday stated that EU enlargement policy “is a major achievement in integration and a precondition for stability and development in Hungary’s immediate neighborhood.”

The ministry reaffirmed its strong support for Serbia’s accession into the EU, hoping for such talks to begin in January 2014

The Hungarian government also announces its backing of accession talks with FYR Macedonia and Turkey, as well as associate membership for Albania and a stability agreement with Kosovo.

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