1. I think Serbia and FYROM will get the date, because the truth is the EU aint the pretty girl she used to be, and can't as easily say no to people who ask her to dance
    (marKo, 1 June 2013 23:03)

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  2. The European Union is a successful project and it has a bright future.

    (Mircea EU citizen, 31 May 2013 18:53)

    Indeed.The EU is a successful entity and as you rightly predict the Romanians will have a bright future.My link below confirms this:

    (Leonidas, 1 June 2013 00:25)

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  3. Mircea EU serf

    In a few months the benefits of EU membership will finally be open to you. You can join your fellow Romanians on the long march to menial work in western Europe. Unlike the Greeks, Romanian serfs are good Europeans who know their place - cleaning British and German streets and toilets.
    (Michael Thomas, 31 May 2013 23:24)

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  4. Leonidas,

    The European Union is a successful project and it has a bright future.

    Are you a member of the Plan B party in Greece?

    The Plan B party is a JOKE!!!!

    For Greece there is no alternative to the Eurozone.

    EU leaders are taking measures to consolidate the Eurozone. The Euro is a strong and stable currency. The Eurozone will continue to expand.

    Latvia will adopt the Euro on 1 January 2014.

    Lithuania plans to adopt the Euro in 2015.
    (Mircea EU citizen, 31 May 2013 18:53)

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  5. People of Serbia wake up. You will NOT be givin a date. Please note that the decision mist be unanimous The Germans will veto therefore there is no reason to negotiate with Pristina. Use the Russians to apply pressure. You will get more respect that way
    (Sam D, 31 May 2013 18:31)

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  6. @Sandy

    Despite the report of the European Parliament (EP) and the wish of the European Commission (EC) to launch the EU accession negotiations in June, Macedonia will not be given a date for the start of the talks due to the unsolved name issue, diplomats from Brussels announced, The Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) reported.
    Greece continues to block Macedonia's EU accession.
    Bulgaria’s position on the issue is not known yet.
    (Alexander, 31 May 2013 16:38)

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  7. Michael

    Hague reminds me of Goldman Sacks which back in 2007 was advising their clients to buy whereas they were selling the Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae securitised mortgage debt.Hence,I am certain that Hague will tell his Serbian hosts that all things in European Union and euro currency are at the height of wonderfulness.

    The truth,though,is debt levels of EU countries and the western world in general are at terminal levels. The game is almost over....the central planners will Print/QE to infinity and rob the productive and prudent of their hard earned capital,pensions and savings.
    The EU might not be around and if it still is it will be a very different place in 5 years time.....for most it will certainly be a grim place.
    (Leonidas, 31 May 2013 15:00)

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  8. Did Macedonia sort out its name dispute with Greece??
    (Sandy, 31 May 2013 14:55)

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  9. As the British Rat prepares to flee the sinking EU, it throw Serbs aboard and wishes them Bon Voyage.
    (Michael Thomas, 31 May 2013 13:45)

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