PM: Still unknown when dialogue will continue

Ivica Dačić says a date for the continuation of the Kosovo dialogue is yet to be agreed on, but that he "would not like it to take place before January 21."

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  1. This site but not others has totally ignored the fact that Serbs elected in the recent elections are swearing oaths to the republic of Kosovo and that the ZSO is a completely meaningless and irrelevent NGO.
    (Brian, 3 January 2014 22:59)

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  2. "the truth"

    Ya but that goes probably double for the organ extractors.
    (Ari Gold, 3 January 2014 05:34)

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  3. The views of Brussels have long been known, and it is reasonable to expect that there may be at some point a delay in the negotiations because of some unacceptable demands. For this reason, the accession negotiations and all the required reforms should be seen as a process of modernization of Serbia, and the first to accept the conditions that enhance Serbia and contribute to its better organization and economic development, and at the end when the entry is already certain, inplementirati requirements, some of the most difficult issues which includes agriculture.
    (MAKSIM, 2 January 2014 23:31)

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  4. Nobody cares what you like, rather you have to do what you are told.
    (the truth, 2 January 2014 22:19)

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