EU at odds over Albania, Macedonia joining; Cyprus threatens veto over Turkey

An European Union flag flutters above the Germany's Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) headquarters after first poll results of the European Parliament elections in Berlin, Germany, May 26, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) – European Union states were at loggerheads on Monday over starting talks with Albania and North Macedonia to enter the bloc, while Cyprus threatened to veto any agreement on future enlargement unless the EU toughens its line on Turkish drilling. EU ministers from the bloc’s 28 states meet in Luxembourg on Tuesday to […]

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