The evolution of the relations between the European Union and Romania : From the process of accesion to the condition of member state
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By redirecting Romania to the Euro-Atlantic structures and by redefining the EU’s objectives allowed Romania’s gaining the condition of member state of the EU, Romania has become the seventh state of the EU as dimension. Romania’s accession to the EU has proceeded to reinforcement of the country’s position in the worldwide economic background and for the EU it has brought a larger common market, as well as the riparian status of the Black Sea region, with a high relevance for the external and defense policy of the EU as well as a series of economic projects, especially present energetic ones. So, Romania is expected to promote the EU’s interests in the region, but it is questionable whether it will be able to stand up the expectations.
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