Europe Knocks on Your Door

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Miroljub Labus, the chief negotiator in talks with the EU, together with the Serbian EU Integration Office, and the European Commission Delegation to Serbia-Montenegro have launched a joint campaign themed “Europe Knocks on Your Door”. The campaign, which kicked off on March 28, 2005, aims to educate citizens on how the EU works, why it is crucial for Serbia to speed up its journey towards Europe, and how the process will affect living standards and everyday life in Serbia.

November 29, 2005: Continuing cooperation with local authorities in the EU integration process

November 14, 2005: First contract between Serbia-Montenegro and EU by November 2006

October 3, 2005: Labus gives student booklets to Novi Pazar University students

September 14, 2005: Government must bring Serbia closer to EU 

July 13, 2005: Pace of EU integration depends on entire society

June 20, 2005: Serbia could become associate EU member in 2006

June 1, 2005: Government and other institutions to join forces in EU accession

May 11, 2005: European integrations must include society as a whole

April 25, 2005: Jablanica district’s growth opportunities lie in small business, food sector, tourism

March 28, 2005: "Europe Knocks on Your Door" campaign gets off the ground