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Degert happy with pro-EU parties' election results

07. May 2012. | 22:29

Source: Tanjug

Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert said on Sunday he was pleased the pro-European parties had scored good results at the elections in Serbia.

Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert said on Sunday he was pleased the pro-European parties had scored good results at the elections in Serbia.

It is too early for final comments on the elections, but it can already be said that the pro-European parties have achieved significant results, he stated at a reception just after the elections, organized by Tanjug and the CorD magazine.

It can be presumed that the work on Serbia's EU integration done in recent years can be continued, Degert told Tanjug.

Commenting on whether Serbia could get the start date for the accession talks by the end of the year after such election results, Degert pointed out that the European Commission had recommended it, but that Serbia had to work out a couple of issues first.

The relations between Belgrade and Pristina need to be improved, he added.

There has already been work on it, and some progress, so the work should continue in that direction, he noted.

Serbia also needs to address economic issues and restructuring, Degert continued.

The rule of law, meaning the judiciary and corruption, should also be addressed.

The people should expect progress in all fields from the new government, which will hopefully be formed quickly, he stated.


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