By Alexandra Moura
Serbia, a small but proud country, found itself seeking stability in the aftermath of NATO bombings and the fall of Milosevic, President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, in the late 1990s. Serbia then turned towards the European Union (EU) and was officially considered as an EU candidate in 2012 after handing its war criminals to the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
Mr. Dačić, Serbian politician, once said that Serbia would “benefit much more from joining the EU than the Union accepting the country”. But here’s why it would benefit both sides.