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While most of Europe decided to unite in the 20th and 21st century, a country in the Balkans split into seven independent states. The efforts of these states to join the European Union and the reconciliation initiatives between the countries are detailed in this research paper. Despite the efforts of the countries of the region and of the EU, a lot of work is needed before these countries will become sufficiently mature in political, economic and societal sense to become members of the European Union. The promotion of dialogue, grassroots movements, civil society and cross-border projects is needed in order to tackle unresolved problems in the region.