peace building toward state building.
We need to consolidate our enlargement agenda but be cautious with new commitments.
I am confident we will have a positive outcome and start negotiations (with Turkey) tomorrow.
We can say that after a long night, there's a new dawn now for the Western Balkans.
The negotiations will be strict and fair.
We should either have the constitutional treaty in force or we should decide how we amend or develop the provisions of the current treaty.
Significant efforts are needed to effectively combat organized crime and corruption, especially at high level.
This is a litmus test whether Turkey is seriously committed to the freedom of expression and reforms that enhance the rule of law and benefit all Turkish citizens.
Four years ago, in 2001, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia was on the brink of civil war, ... Now in 2005 it is seriously knocking on the European Union's door. That is a major achievement.
This issue involves the Greek Cypriots. Unless the Turkish parliament ratifies the additional protocol, going ahead in negotiations will not be possible.
Serbia has a concrete and tangible EU perspective, but Serbia has to make sure that its future is not taken hostage to certain obstacles.
It is high time that Serbia reaches full co-operation with the ICTY. That is the way to avoid the disruption of the negotiations, that the negotiations would be put on hold when the next round takes place.