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Countries in the European
| Belgium | Cyprus
| Czech Republic
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Future enlargement and close relationships
and Bulgaria are scheduled to become
members on 1 January 2007, provided that they meet the conditions
for membership and that the Treaty of Accession for the Republic of
Bulgaria and Romania is ratified by parliaments of member states.
The treaty was signed by representatives of the EU Member States at
the Abbaye de Neumünster in Luxembourg on 25 April 2005. As of
2005, member state parliaments are taking forward its ratification.
is an official candidate to join the European Union. Turkish
European ambitions date back to 1963 Ankara Agreements. Turkey
started preliminary negotiations on 3 October 2005. However,
analysts believe 2015 is the earliest date the country can join the
union due to the plethora of economic and social reforms it has to
complete. Since it has been granted official candidate status,
Turkey has implemented permanent policies on human rights, abolished
the death penalty, granted cultural rights to its large Kurdish
minority, and taken positive steps to solve the Cyprus question.
However, due to its religious and cultural differences, Turkey faces
strong opposition from governments of some member states, including France,
and Cyprus. The Greek
government has supported the Turkish candidacy, while linking its
progress with the resolution of the long standing Cyprus dispute.
Pope Benedict XVI, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, also
opposes Turkey becoming a member state, citing its cultural
differences with Western Europe.
is an official candidate country to join. It hopes to join in 2009 - 2011.
The arrest of Gen. Ante Gotovina in December 2005 means the
accession process is unlikely to be hampered by issues with the UN
War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague and will depend only on Croatia's
fullfilment of EU requirements.
of Macedonia has
been given official candidate status as of December 2005 under the
name "former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia".
EFTA states of Iceland,
are members of the European Economic Area which allows them to
participate in most aspects of the EU single market without joining
the EU. Switzerland, the fourth EFTA
state, rejected EEA membership in a referendum; however, it has
established close ties to the EU by means of bilateral treaties.
Generally speaking, the EU would be happy if Iceland, Norway and
Switzerland were to become full members (Liechtenstein poses an
issue due to its small size); but the majority of the population of
each of these countries opposes membership at present.
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