Fireworks illuminate the sky over St. Sava temple in downtown Belgrade, Serbia, Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018. Orthodox Christians in Serbia celebrate New Year on Jan. 14, according to the Julian calendar. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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Serbia and Montenegro are likely be the next countries to join the European Union, possibly by 2025, the bloc's official in charge of membership bids said in an interview.The European Union is launching a diplomatic effort to accelerate steps to bring six countries in the Western Balkans into the EU fold after years of stop-start progress.Serbia is seen as the lynchpin and the EU hopes Belgrade's influence in the Balkans could help others reform.Hahn will also travel to Washington next month to meet U.S. State Department officials to outline the EU's Balkan push.With neighboring Bulgaria holding the EU's rotating presidency from January to June, European Union leaders will hold a special Balkan summit in Sofia in May.
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