Serbia wants to open "several chapters" in 2014

Serbia has the ambition to open EU entry talks on several chapters in 2014, and the fulfillment of that objective will depend equally on Belgrade and Brussels.

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  1. It is not Serbia's place to decide which chapter(s) will be opened first, the EU is the body that will make that decision. What Serbia should and must do first is to fully implement all aspects of the April agreement with Kosova before any chapters are opened. That will be the message the EU will deliver to Serbia on January 21st if she desires to start ascension talks. As usual, the Serbs try to put the cart before the horse. My advise to Serbia is to keep their mouth shut and do as they are told if they ever wish to join the EU.
    (The Count of Kosova, 4 January 2014 23:22)

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  2. Serbia has a lot of time lost in the past due to the government that did not have the desire nor the strength to go in-depth reform of the whole of society, and this is an ambitious plan to in 2014 opened negotiations with respect to several chapters with the EU, the only possible.
    (MAKSIM, 4 January 2014 00:05)

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