Experts forecast a Montenegrin scenario, that is, "a date for a date" for Macedonia and Serbia, the only candidate member states from the region expecting a green light for opening membership negotiations in June, Dnevnik reports.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Candidate Member States (EU)
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We have 1152 other meanings of CMS in our Acronym Attic
- Call Management System
- Call Management System (Avaya)
- Call Mover Service (telephone)
- Câmara Municipal de Sesimbra (Portugese)
- Câmara Municipal de Setúbal (Portugal)
- Cambridge Monitor System (now Conversational Monitor System)
- Camden Middle School
- Campaign Management System (advertising)
- Canadian Mathematical Society
- Canadian Meteorological Service
- Capability Manpower Standard (Air Force Manpower Agency)
- Capital Market Services (various companies)
- Carbogenic Molecular Sieve
- Card Management System
- Cardigan Mountain School (Canaan, NH)
- Cardiology Monitoring System
- Cardiomyopathy Syndrome (salmon disease)
- Career Magnet School (various schools)
- Career Management Skills
- Career Management System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Emphasizing the need for promoting cooperation in order to make Southeast Europe more visible in Europe and the world and make the region a better place to live, Nikola Poposki, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia, pointed out the need for EU member states to support candidate member states and potential candidate member states so they can make progress along their way of European integration.
And while all candidate member states are being pressurized in this regard, the Union appears not at all concerned about what is happening in Greece, Nova Makedonija comments.
Greece argues that the references in the Helsinki document about border disputes as an issue which the International Court could concern itself was not directed at EU member states such as Greece, but at candidate member states.
5 percent in 2014, according to the forecasts of the European Commission laid out in its winter economic projection report on member states, candidate member states and third world countries.
We wish to see concrete progress in all candidate member states.
The European Union is going to look for a solution to stall the possibility for EU member states to block candidate member states because of bilateral disputes.