Ursula von der Leyen is the president of the European Commission. She has made this promise from Kyiv where she met Volodimir Zelenski. Accelerate the country’s accession into the European Union.
“We are going to accelerate this process as much as we can, while We will guarantee that all the conditions are respected”After delivering the accession questionnaire, Von der Leyen assured him.
This document is the heart of the European Executive opinion that explains the options available to a country for membership in the community club.
“This is where we begin the journey to the European Union. “We will be there for you 24 hours a.m., seven days per week to work with the common base,” stated the German conservative.
Before the Twenty-seven sign an agreement to grant the status of candidate to the bloc and to open formal negotiations, the European Commission issues a opinion on the conditions of membership and the level of alignment for the country.
This opinion is based in part on answers to a questionnaire that asked about the institutional and administrative functions of the country. Brussels takes about a year to complete an assessment, but it has promised to expedite its process in this instance.
Ukraine’s desire to be fast-tracked into the EU is not hindered by the lengthy enlargement process. There are also member states in the EU that are unwilling to simplify merit-based procedures. Balkan countries are another factor in this equation. They have been trying to join the EU for over a decade, but with no signs of being able access to the bloc in the near future.