EU-brokered agreement on common economic area in Western Balkans unlikely to significantly mitigate growing political instability

Key Points
The six nations of the Western Balkans that are not members of the EU agreed to form a common economic area and co-operate more closely at an EU summit in Trieste, Italy.
Although the deal improves co-operation in certain sectors, notably transport, it does not address key internal and
Source: IHS Jane’s 360
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