A Brussels decision to force the country to take in a quota of migrants caused fury.Three-fifths of Czechs said they were unhappy with EU membership and 62 percent said they would vote against it in a referendum, according to an October 2015 poll by the STEM agency."Yes we all want to join, but it is no longer the big dream it was in the past." "When you see that in Britain at least 50 percent of the people say they want to leave that has an effect on the public," he said.Seven states are in the queue to join the EU under a new wave of enlargement, that will not take place before 2019: Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Turkey and Macedonia.Here we are in the arms of Germany, the first of 6 incredible countries we're going to get very familiar with over the next 13 days.Settle in to your new digs before we head out to start the exploring.
The EU traces its origins from the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the European Economic Community (EEC), established, respectively, by the 1951 Treaty of Paris and 1957 Treaty of Rome.
Meanwhile, Aleksander Vucic, the Serbian Prime Minister said that EU membership is no longer the "big dream it was in the past" for Balkan states..
"The EU that all of us are aspiring to, it has lost its magic power," Mr Vucic told a conference at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London.
- Summer classes focus on business with Europe, cultural history being an exception.
Expect three or four courses to be offered each summer, valued at 3 CSU credits each.