Serbia: EU Membership – Member of the European Parliament Listings (Part 1) – Please write now

Serbia to apply for EU candidate status in 2009


Belgrade, Dec 18, 2008 – Deputy Prime Minister for EU Integration Bozidar Djelic today stated that Serbia will apply for EU candidate status in 2009, a step which it will make with the cooperation of its EU partners.


Djelic told the press that the EU is to assess the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement in order to consider the country’s candidacy.

Therefore, we will begin implementing the SAA from January 1, so that when the time comes the European Commission will positively assess Serbia’s application, he said.

Djelic also noted that Serbia will continue with its efforts and activities aimed at persuading the Netherlands to change its stance and give its consent for the application of the implementation of the Transitional Trade Agreement in Serbia.

He reiterated that Serbia is doing its best to locate the remaining two Hague indictees, voicing his hope that the Netherlands will be faced with more and more evidence of Serbia’s efforts to successfully conclude its cooperation with the Hague tribunal.



For full national MEP lists regarding each current member state, please access the following:

To save all of you (specifically) european campaigners for Balkans animals a lot of work, we at SAV have undertaken most of it for you. 

Please read on: 

Below you will find full MEP contact details given on a current EU member state by member state basis.  You can copy and paste all your national contacts for the country in which you live.

Following this is a full, complete block listing of EVERY Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for every member  state nation which can be copied and sent.

Mr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, President of the European Parliament

declares on his Europa web site that:


The European Parliament (EP) is elected by the citizens of the European Union to represent their interests

You as a european citizen, have an ‘interest’ that you wish the EU Parliament to investigate and report on – to ‘represent your interest’ about current Serbian animal welfare procedures, such as rounding up strays and killing, which is in direct opposition to existing Serbian national legislation – and ask as a euro citizen that

a requirement for Serbia to either

implement a national No Kill, humane, chip and vaccination program for stray animals and become an EU member state,

or for them to continue the killing of strays as they currently do, and for them consequently to be excluded from future EU membership.

No Kill Sterilisation = EU Membership,

Round up and inhumanely kill (as currently undertaken) = NO EU Membership



Member of the European Parliament (MEP) – National Lists – Block listings to Copy and Send
























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