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English (en):  Future enlargement of the European Union
   Current member states
   Acceding states
   Recognised candidates
   Recognised by the EU as potential candidates which have submitted an application
   Recognised by the EU as potential candidates which have not yet applied for membership
Date 22/12/2009
(22 December 2009 (first version); 22 December 2009 (last version))
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