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Djelic: EC experts will arrive to examine truthfulness of answers

02. February 2011. | 11:01

Source: Tanjug

Deputy Prime Minister Djelic announced that the EC experts will arrive in Belgrade to examine the truthfulness of the answers given to the questions from EC's questionnaire.

Deputy Prime Minister Djelic announced that the EC experts will arrive in Belgrade to examine the truthfulness of the answers given to the questions from EC's questionnaire.

Djelic, who was a part of the delegation which submitted the answers, told B92 that Serbia answered all the questions truthfully.

We gave truthful answers, but a statistical or some other type of mistake might have managed to escape us, Djelic stressed. We will complete the process of questions and answers and work with the EC on what needs to be changed, he added. Djelic announced that EC's technical missions will arrive in Belgrade, and work on the parts of the questionnaire pointed to by the EC.

When asked to explain his earlier statement that he would try to lobby for the idea that additional funds should be opened for Serbia and the entire Balkan region while the Balkan countries are still in the process of applying for the candidate status or negotiating on the EU membership, Djelic said that he proposed two options.

The first option is that, instead of waiting for the EU accession for the financial support to increase, we should take one step at a time and make the process more natural.

The second option is to show our budget to Europe, and if they think that the budget is sustainable and positive, in return they could give us guarantees for getting into the capital market, Djelic underscored.


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