European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (L) and the President of the Jewish Community in Austria Oskar Deutsch visit the main synagogue in Vienna, Austria, October 05, 2018. (AFP / APA / GEORG HOCHMUTH)
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European Union Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday warned of a new war in the Balkans if Bosnia, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo do not feel the EU is serious about offering them future membership.The six Balkan states -- which during the 1990s formed the battleground to Europe's deadliest conflict since World War II that led to the break-up of former Yugoslavia -- are currently at different stages of accession talks with the EU.Nevertheless, the road to full EU membership for those states was "still very long", Juncker said.
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