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Delevic: Gov't to discuss answers to questionnaire on Jan. 27

18. January 2011. | 07:18

Source: Tanjug

The Serbian government will discuss answers to the EC questionnaire  on January 27, and on January 31 they will be presented to EU Enlargement Commissioner Fuele.

The Serbian government will discuss answers to the EC questionnaire ( for EU membership) on January 27, and on January 31 they will be presented to EU Enlargement Commissioner Fuele, Director of the government Office for EU Integration Milica Delevic stated.

Delevic told at the Serbian government that it will take Brussels four to six weeks to review the answers, after which they will forward additional questions to Serbia.

Of all the countries which have already made this step on their European pathway, Serbia was given the shortest time frame for completing the EC questionnaire, Delevic recalled adding that Belgrade is likely to receive a number of additional questions.


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