by Catherine Lovatt On 13 October 1999, the European Commission released its Progress Report, setting out its new strategy for the accession of six new countries – Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia (and Malta) – in the “Second Wave” of EU expansion. The Commission established a structured programme for each country, enabling them to play […]

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