What does it mean for Ukraine to be an EU candidate? When will it officially join the EU?


2022-06-24: [Chinese Article Link]  According to the news, on 23 June local time, the European Council President Michel announced that the EU summit had agreed to approve Ukraine and Moldova as EU candidates. Michel called this a historic moment, marking a crucial step for Ukraine toward the EU. President Zelensky of Ukraine also stated in social media that it was a historic moment unique to Ukraine’s relations with the EU, and thanked the EU’s leaders for their support. What does it mean that Ukraine is a candidate for the EU? How far is it from formal accession? It's not just Ukraine, it's not Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine. Which EU candidate countries are there at present? What EU candidate countries are currently in addition to Ukraine and Moldova, which were approved at this summit? The data show that there are currently seven countries that are EU candidates. In addition to the two “news”, there are Turkey, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Albania and Montenegro. In addition, there are two other countries that have submitted their applications but have not yet obtained EU candidate status: Bosnia and Herzegovina, which formally submitted its application on 15 February 2016, and Georgia, respectively, but the Council of Europe has recognized that “some issues remain to be resolved”. Former German Chancellor Merkel also proposed in 2018 that Bosnia and Herzegovina should step up its efforts to curb corruption and combat organized crime. Georgia, like Moldova, submitted its application on 3 March 2020, but the European Commission noted that it still needed to make some progress before it obtained EU candidate status “but the country is on the right track”. Another country withdrew its application, Iceland. According to press reports, Iceland, which was severely hit by the financial crisis, submitted its accession application to the EU on 17 July 2009 and opened its accession negotiations on 26 July 2010. In April 2013, the Icelandic Government announced the suspension of the negotiations due to disagreement with the European Union's fishing quotas, and on 12 March 2015, with the economic recovery, the Icelandic Government announced the formal withdrawal of its application for membership in the European Union. Who can join the EU? What are the links and processes to follow? Why does Ukraine become an EU candidate? What are the processes and steps to follow in acceding to the EU? The Nandu Data Institute has analysed texts such as the Treaty of Lisbon. Article 49 of the Treaty of Lisbon specifies the conditions for accession to the European Union, including (1) that the applicant State must be a sovereign State; (2) that the applicant State is a European State; (3) that it complies with the “Copenhagen criteria”; (4) that it is able to comply with the Community law; and (5) that it has the capacity to integrate into the European Union. Among them, the “Copegnagen Criteria” was developed by the European Council in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, in June 1993. On the political front, it calls for stable democracy, respect for human rights, the rule of law and the protection of minorities in the candidate countries; on the economic side, it calls for a genuine market economy in the candidate countries; and, on the legal side, for the candidate countries to accept public laws, rules and policies under EU law. The accession procedure is also set out in article 49 of the Treaty of Lisbon. The text is translated and studied by the Nandu Data Institute, which is a lengthy and complex process, starting with the signature of a document by the Head of State or Government of the country concerned and the formal submission of an application for accession to the Council of Europe. If the report assesses that the applicant has met the criteria, it is submitted to the European Parliament, the European Union Summit, etc., for a discussion and approval by the membership as a whole, and if the criteria are not met, the application is rejected. After becoming a candidate, there is still one-on-one negotiations with all EU member states, which will be difficult to move forward with as long as there is a national cup of power or opposition. At the same time, the applicant countries will need to implement the various reforms required by the EU. After the successful conclusion of the negotiations with the member States, the accession documents must also be approved by the Council of Europe, the European Commission, the European Parliament and approved by the legislature or by referendum in the applicant State and in all member States of the European Union. In other words, being a candidate for the EU is only the beginning of Ukraine’s accession path. To become a full member, Ukraine will have to complete a lengthy process and corresponding changes on a case-by-case basis. The report of the European Commission indicates that Ukraine will also continue to carry out judicial and constitutional reform, enact legislation to prevent corruption, oligarchy and money-laundering, amend legislation on national minorities and harmonize the media law with the EU directive on audiovisual media services. In the case of the EU candidate countries, for example, How long does it take from application to accession negotiations? How long does it take from submitting an application to becoming a candidate? Is it possible to start negotiations after being approved as an EU candidate? From applying to becoming an EU candidate, it will take just a few months, or more than a decade. Ukraine and Moldova submitted their applications at the end of February and early March, respectively, and were granted more than three months later. Turkey, for example, is taking longer. After becoming a candidate for the EU, it is still necessary to adapt to the advice of the Council of Europe and the European Commission before it can be authorized to start accession negotiations. Turkey was interested in joining the European Economic Community as early as 1959 and submitted its application for accession in 1987, but did not become an EU candidate until 1999. In 2004, the European Commission and the European Council considered that Turkey had made sufficient efforts to meet the Copenhagen criteria and had approved the opening of accession negotiations, provided that Turkey continued to deepen its reforms. On 3 October 2005, Turkey formally began negotiations with EU countries, but the European Council stated in 2019 that the current negotiations were “stagnated”. North Macedonia became a candidate for the EU in December 2005. The EU member states ratified the accession negotiations on March 26, 2020, after changing their name to North Macedonia. On 17 December 2010, the EU member States voted to grant Montenegrin EU candidate status, and the accession negotiations began in June 2012. On 6 February 2018, the European Commission indicated that Montenegro was expected to become a member of the European Union in or around 2025, subject to further reforms on corruption and the lack of independence of the judiciary, as well as the resolution of disputes with neighbouring countries. Serbia applied for membership in the EU in December 2009, became an EU candidate in March 2012 and only started negotiations eight years later in March 2020. Also, Albania started negotiations in March 2020. From three to five years to more than 10 years, there are many people in the world. There are differences in the length of negotiations with member States One-on-one negotiations with all Member States are undoubtedly the most time-consuming and variable step. The Nandu Institute of Data compares EU 27 accession times. In April 1951, France, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, as well as the Federal Republic of Germany, signed the Treaty on the Establishment of a European Coal and Steel Community, which entered into force in July of the following year, and the European Coal and Steel Community was formally established as a founding member. After several rounds of reforms over the years, in April 1965 the six countries signed the Brussels Treaty, unifying the European Coal and Steel Community, the European Atomic Energy Community and the European Economic Community, collectively known as the European Community. Since 1973, new member states have joined, with no exception having to be negotiated one-on-one with member states. According to the Nandu Institute of Data, the fastest accessions to the EU took three to five years, in Austria, Sweden, and Finland at the time of the EU’s enlargement in 1995. In his memoirs, the former President of Finland, Mono Koivisto, recalled the process of Finland's accession to the European Union, and in 1992, following his proposal, the Government of Finland decided to apply for membership in the European Union. In March 1994, the accession negotiations for Finland to the European Union were officially concluded, just a few hours before Kojvesto handed over the presidency to Martti Ahtisaari. As the number of member States increases, so does the negotiation process, and in Romania, for example, according to press reports, the country officially submitted its application for membership in December 1995. At the EU Helsinki Summit the following year, the EU decided to start accession negotiations with Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Slovakia. Subsequently, for various reasons, negotiations between member States and Romania began in February 2000 and, after more than five years of negotiations, Romania signed an accession agreement in Luxembourg on 25 April 2005. In May 2006, the EU assessment report noted that Romania still needed reforms in areas such as internal affairs, the judiciary and recommended that the decision on the timely admission of the country be postponed. It was only in September that the European Commission, in its final report, indicated that Romania had made significant progress in meeting the criteria for accession and recommended that Romania's accession to the European Union be ratified as scheduled on 1 January 2007. “Being a member of the EU requires a complex process that will not be completed overnight.” This is the first sentence of the official EU statement on how to become a member of the EU. The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Mr. Borelli, is more blunt, and Ukraine may take “many years” to join the EU. Even when one-on-one negotiations with member States can begin, there is still no certainty, and Ukraine is on a long road to accession. It is difficult to join the European Union. It's not easy to be a member of the eurozone. On the other hand, would joining the EU automatically become a member of the euro area? Data show that 19 of the 27 EU member States are currently members of the euro area, while eight countries, Sweden, Poland and Hungary, still use their own currencies and do not join the euro area. Moreover, on 1 June of this year, the European Commission indicated that Croatia was ready to join the eurozone as of 1 January 2023. The European Parliament will also confirm the European Commission’s decision in July of this year. “The introduction of the euro in Croatia will boost the Croatian economy and bring benefits to its citizens, businesses and society”, the President of the European Commission, Von der Laing, commented on Croatia's accession to the euro zone. So, what are the criteria for joining the euro area? In 1991, EU member States established and adopted the Convergence Crimea, which stipulates that EU member States acceding to the euro area must meet the corresponding criteria for inflation, public finance, currency fluctuations and national debt. Moreover, a country that uses the euro as its legal currency is not necessarily a member of the eurozone. Montenegro, for example, has a euro currency, but is not yet a member of the EU, so Montenegro is not currently a member of the eurozone. Russia has no objection to Ukraine's accession to the EU. But Putin doubted its effectiveness. What is Russia's attitude towards Ukraine's accession in the context of the ongoing conflict in Russia-Ukraine? According to Xinhua, on 17 June local time, Putin stated at the twenty-fifth plenary session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum that membership in the European Union was a sovereign decision of Ukraine itself and that, in terms of economic integration, it was the choice of the Government and people of Ukraine. Putin, on the other hand, questioned whether Ukraine's accession to the EU would provide a new impetus for growth in the country. Source: Nandu Data Institute. Data collection analysis: Chen Zenan Graphics: Lim Jin-hee Sources: Media reports from EURONET, relevant treaties such as the Treaty of Lisbon, related leaders'memoirs, Xinhua, Xinhua News, Global Times, etc. Statistical deadline: 24 June 2022


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What does it mean for Ukraine to be an EU candidate? When will it officially join the EU?


2022-06-24: [Article Link]  According to the news, on 23 June local time, the European Council President Michel announced that the EU summit had agreed to approve Ukraine and Moldova as EU candidates. Michel called this a historic moment, marking a crucial step for Ukraine toward the EU. President Zelensky of Ukraine also stated in social media that it was a historic moment unique to Ukraine’s relations with the EU, and thanked the EU’s leaders for their support. What does it mean that Ukraine is a candidate for the EU? How far is it from formal accession? It's not just Ukraine, it's not Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine, it's Ukraine. Which EU candidate countries are there at present? What EU candidate countries are currently in addition to Ukraine and Moldova, which were approved at this summit? The data show that there are currently seven countries that are EU candidates. In addition to the two “news”, there are Turkey, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Albania and Montenegro. In addition, there are two other countries that have submitted their applications but have not yet obtained EU candidate status: Bosnia and Herzegovina, which formally submitted its application on 15 February 2016, and Georgia, respectively, but the Council of Europe has recognized that “some issues remain to be resolved”. Former German Chancellor Merkel also proposed in 2018 that Bosnia and Herzegovina should step up its efforts to curb corruption and combat organized crime. Georgia, like Moldova, submitted its application on 3 March 2020, but the European Commission noted that it still needed to make some progress before it obtained EU candidate status “but the country is on the right track”. Another country withdrew its application, Iceland. According to press reports, Iceland, which was severely hit by the financial crisis, submitted its accession application to the EU on 17 July 2009 and opened its accession negotiations on 26 July 2010. In April 2013, the Icelandic Government announced the suspension of the negotiations due to disagreement with the European Union's fishing quotas, and on 12 March 2015, with the economic recovery, the Icelandic Government announced the formal withdrawal of its application for membership in the European Union. Who can join the EU? What are the links and processes to follow? Why does Ukraine become an EU candidate? What are the processes and steps to follow in acceding to the EU? The Nandu Data Institute has analysed texts such as the Treaty of Lisbon. Article 49 of the Treaty of Lisbon specifies the conditions for accession to the European Union, including (1) that the applicant State must be a sovereign State; (2) that the applicant State is a European State; (3) that it complies with the “Copenhagen criteria”; (4) that it is able to comply with the Community law; and (5) that it has the capacity to integrate into the European Union. Among them, the “Copegnagen Criteria” was developed by the European Council in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, in June 1993. On the political front, it calls for stable democracy, respect for human rights, the rule of law and the protection of minorities in the candidate countries; on the economic side, it calls for a genuine market economy in the candidate countries; and, on the legal side, for the candidate countries to accept public laws, rules and policies under EU law. The accession procedure is also set out in article 49 of the Treaty of Lisbon. The text is translated and studied by the Nandu Data Institute, which is a lengthy and complex process, starting with the signature of a document by the Head of State or Government of the country concerned and the formal submission of an application for accession to the Council of Europe. If the report assesses that the applicant has met the criteria, it is submitted to the European Parliament, the European Union Summit, etc., for a discussion and approval by the membership as a whole, and if the criteria are not met, the application is rejected. After becoming a candidate, there is still one-on-one negotiations with all EU member states, which will be difficult to move forward with as long as there is a national cup of power or opposition. At the same time, the applicant countries will need to implement the various reforms required by the EU. After the successful conclusion of the negotiations with the member States, the accession documents must also be approved by the Council of Europe, the European Commission, the European Parliament and approved by the legislature or by referendum in the applicant State and in all member States of the European Union. In other words, being a candidate for the EU is only the beginning of Ukraine’s accession path. To become a full member, Ukraine will have to complete a lengthy process and corresponding changes on a case-by-case basis. The report of the European Commission indicates that Ukraine will also continue to carry out judicial and constitutional reform, enact legislation to prevent corruption, oligarchy and money-laundering, amend legislation on national minorities and harmonize the media law with the EU directive on audiovisual media services. In the case of the EU candidate countries, for example, How long does it take from application to accession negotiations? How long does it take from submitting an application to becoming a candidate? Is it possible to start negotiations after being approved as an EU candidate? From applying to becoming an EU candidate, it will take just a few months, or more than a decade. Ukraine and Moldova submitted their applications at the end of February and early March, respectively, and were granted more than three months later. Turkey, for example, is taking longer. After becoming a candidate for the EU, it is still necessary to adapt to the advice of the Council of Europe and the European Commission before it can be authorized to start accession negotiations. Turkey was interested in joining the European Economic Community as early as 1959 and submitted its application for accession in 1987, but did not become an EU candidate until 1999. In 2004, the European Commission and the European Council considered that Turkey had made sufficient efforts to meet the Copenhagen criteria and had approved the opening of accession negotiations, provided that Turkey continued to deepen its reforms. On 3 October 2005, Turkey formally began negotiations with EU countries, but the European Council stated in 2019 that the current negotiations were “stagnated”. North Macedonia became a candidate for the EU in December 2005. The EU member states ratified the accession negotiations on March 26, 2020, after changing their name to North Macedonia. On 17 December 2010, the EU member States voted to grant Montenegrin EU candidate status, and the accession negotiations began in June 2012. On 6 February 2018, the European Commission indicated that Montenegro was expected to become a member of the European Union in or around 2025, subject to further reforms on corruption and the lack of independence of the judiciary, as well as the resolution of disputes with neighbouring countries. Serbia applied for membership in the EU in December 2009, became an EU candidate in March 2012 and only started negotiations eight years later in March 2020. Also, Albania started negotiations in March 2020. From three to five years to more than 10 years, there are many people in the world. There are differences in the length of negotiations with member States One-on-one negotiations with all Member States are undoubtedly the most time-consuming and variable step. The Nandu Institute of Data compares EU 27 accession times. In April 1951, France, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, as well as the Federal Republic of Germany, signed the Treaty on the Establishment of a European Coal and Steel Community, which entered into force in July of the following year, and the European Coal and Steel Community was formally established as a founding member. After several rounds of reforms over the years, in April 1965 the six countries signed the Brussels Treaty, unifying the European Coal and Steel Community, the European Atomic Energy Community and the European Economic Community, collectively known as the European Community. Since 1973, new member states have joined, with no exception having to be negotiated one-on-one with member states. According to the Nandu Institute of Data, the fastest accessions to the EU took three to five years, in Austria, Sweden, and Finland at the time of the EU’s enlargement in 1995. In his memoirs, the former President of Finland, Mono Koivisto, recalled the process of Finland's accession to the European Union, and in 1992, following his proposal, the Government of Finland decided to apply for membership in the European Union. In March 1994, the accession negotiations for Finland to the European Union were officially concluded, just a few hours before Kojvesto handed over the presidency to Martti Ahtisaari. As the number of member States increases, so does the negotiation process, and in Romania, for example, according to press reports, the country officially submitted its application for membership in December 1995. At the EU Helsinki Summit the following year, the EU decided to start accession negotiations with Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Slovakia. Subsequently, for various reasons, negotiations between member States and Romania began in February 2000 and, after more than five years of negotiations, Romania signed an accession agreement in Luxembourg on 25 April 2005. In May 2006, the EU assessment report noted that Romania still needed reforms in areas such as internal affairs, the judiciary and recommended that the decision on the timely admission of the country be postponed. It was only in September that the European Commission, in its final report, indicated that Romania had made significant progress in meeting the criteria for accession and recommended that Romania's accession to the European Union be ratified as scheduled on 1 January 2007. “Being a member of the EU requires a complex process that will not be completed overnight.” This is the first sentence of the official EU statement on how to become a member of the EU. The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Mr. Borelli, is more blunt, and Ukraine may take “many years” to join the EU. Even when one-on-one negotiations with member States can begin, there is still no certainty, and Ukraine is on a long road to accession. It is difficult to join the European Union. It's not easy to be a member of the eurozone. On the other hand, would joining the EU automatically become a member of the euro area? Data show that 19 of the 27 EU member States are currently members of the euro area, while eight countries, Sweden, Poland and Hungary, still use their own currencies and do not join the euro area. Moreover, on 1 June of this year, the European Commission indicated that Croatia was ready to join the eurozone as of 1 January 2023. The European Parliament will also confirm the European Commission’s decision in July of this year. “The introduction of the euro in Croatia will boost the Croatian economy and bring benefits to its citizens, businesses and society”, the President of the European Commission, Von der Laing, commented on Croatia's accession to the euro zone. So, what are the criteria for joining the euro area? In 1991, EU member States established and adopted the Convergence Crimea, which stipulates that EU member States acceding to the euro area must meet the corresponding criteria for inflation, public finance, currency fluctuations and national debt. Moreover, a country that uses the euro as its legal currency is not necessarily a member of the eurozone. Montenegro, for example, has a euro currency, but is not yet a member of the EU, so Montenegro is not currently a member of the eurozone. Russia has no objection to Ukraine's accession to the EU. But Putin doubted its effectiveness. What is Russia's attitude towards Ukraine's accession in the context of the ongoing conflict in Russia-Ukraine? According to Xinhua, on 17 June local time, Putin stated at the twenty-fifth plenary session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum that membership in the European Union was a sovereign decision of Ukraine itself and that, in terms of economic integration, it was the choice of the Government and people of Ukraine. Putin, on the other hand, questioned whether Ukraine's accession to the EU would provide a new impetus for growth in the country. Source: Nandu Data Institute. Data collection analysis: Chen Zenan Graphics: Lim Jin-hee Sources: Media reports from EURONET, relevant treaties such as the Treaty of Lisbon, related leaders'memoirs, Xinhua, Xinhua News, Global Times, etc. Statistical deadline: 24 June 2022

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