The agreement on free trade in the Balkans (cefta)
The CEFTA 2006 Agreement was signed in Bucharest in 2006 by: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldavia, Romania, Montenegro, Serbia and the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo in accordance with the UN Security Council Resolution 1244. By the end of 2007, the Agreement came into force in all signatory countries.
By creating a free trade area, Western Balkan countries have opted for economic development, showing that they are capable of leading a common economic policy and assuming liability and responsibility for the future of the entire region, which further underlines the European perspective of the entire region and desires to join the European Union.
The Agreement on Free Trade can be downloaded here.