PM Dačić to visit Germany, Turkey

Serbian Prime Minister and Interior Minister Ivica Dačić will today visit Frankfurt and then travel to Turkey, his office has released.

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  1. This is good news because Serbia can't function without good relations to Germany and Turkey. Both Germans and Turks know the Serbian mentality better than most others.
    (Hans, 22 November 2012 16:46)

    It's not about mentality, but about economy, as mentioned in the article, and Germany and Turkey are important economic partners of Serbia, much more than, for example, Russia.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 23 November 2012 11:36)

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  2. Germany & Turkey, two great supporters of Kosovo.
    (Avni, 22 November 2012 18:30)

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  3. This is good news because Serbia can't function without good relations to Germany and Turkey. Both Germans and Turks know the Serbian mentality better than most others.
    (Hans, 22 November 2012 16:46)

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  4. dacic of all places to visit you go to germany & turkey ....... you are a sell-out
    (Grobar1, 22 November 2012 14:23)

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  5. If you didn't know any better, you would think they all ran for elections to be able to travel wherever they want on the taxpayers dime. Thank you Dacic and Nikolic for all the traveling you have been doing lately. They are doing us a lot of good!

    Clowns.
    (Ari Gold, 22 November 2012 10:16)

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