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Croatia Summit without Serbian representative

09. July 2011. | 04:32

Source: Tanjug

The sixth Croatia Summit, which will focus on the region's prospects and European Union enlargement, will bring together European prime ministers and highranking EU officials in Dubrovnik on July 8 and 9, but officials from Belgrade will not be attending.

The sixth Croatia Summit, which will focus on the region's prospects and European Union enlargement, will bring together European prime ministers and highranking EU officials in Dubrovnik on July 8 and 9, but officials from Belgrade will not be attending.

Serbia did not participate in last year's Croatia Summit because of the presence of Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci, and the participation of the Kosovo prime minister again this year has been announced.

Although invited to the twoday conference, officials from Serbia and BosniaHerzegovina will not be traveling to
Dubrovnik, BETA was told by the Croatian Foreign Ministry.

Alongside the hosts the Croatian president and prime minister, Josipovic and Kosor, the prime ministers of Montenegro, Slovenia, Kosovo and Macedonia Luksic, Pahor, Thaci and Gruevski will participate in the conference which is titled "A New Decade for Southeast Europe The End of Transition".

The prime ministers of Albania, Bulgaria and Belgium Sali Berisha, Boyko Borisov and Yves Leterme, as well as EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele, will also be at the conference.

U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs William J. Burns is also expected.

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