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Head of the Serbian Interior Ministry's Emergency Management Sector Predrag Maric told Tanjug on Friday that the machinery is to continue to pave the way to the snowed-in households in Serbia on Friday.
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France will do all in its might to help Serbia get the EU candidate status late in February, advisors to French President Nicolas Sarkozy said in the talks with representatives of the Serb diaspora in Paris.
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State Secretary with the Ministry for Kosovo and Metohija Oliver Ivanovic said Friday that even after four years as of the unilateral declaration of Kosovo independence, there are still a number of problems waiting to be resolved in the province.
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Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga stated at a reception in Pristina marking an anniversary of Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence announced on February 17, 2008 that the Republic of Kosovo is irreversible international reality and indivisible state.
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The Serbian president will take part in a quadrilateral meeting with Czech President Vaclav Klaus, Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic and Croatian President Ivo Josipovic in the Lany Chateau near Prague.
08:59 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia deserves to get the EU candidate status, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt told the Swedish parliament, the Swedish Embassy in Belgrade has released.
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Serbian Minister of Economy and Regional Development Nebojsa Ciric said that he spoke about prospective investments in Serbia with representatives of four Italian companies in Rome.
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The Republic of Uganda recognized Kosovo secession on Friday, raising the number of states which have recognized Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence to 88.