Top Serbian officials travel to Brussels on March 11

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić, PM Ivica Dačić and First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić will on March 11 meet with certain EU officials in Brussels.

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BELGRADE Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, PM Ivica Dacic and First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vucic will on March 11 meet with certain EU officials in Brussels. Beta has learnt that the top Serbian officials will, among others, meet with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton. Top Serbian officials travel to Brussels on March 11 Beta has also learnt from diplomatic sources that details of the meeting are yet to be determined. The sources stressed that a meeting of EU foreign ministers, led by Ashton, would be held in Brussels on Monday. A European Commission (EC) official who wished to remain anonymous confirmed that Nikolic, Dacic and Vucic would come to Brussels but he could not specify the date. “We would like it to be on Monday but we are still working on preparations,” the official explained. Serbia has stepped up its diplomatic activities ahead of the EU’s decision on a date for the beginning of the EU accession negotiations in April. On the other hand, the EU has been pressuring Serbia to make progress in talks with Pristina. However, the last round of talks ended without any agreement on March 4. The next round of the dialogue is scheduled for March 20. Tomislav Nikolic, Ivica Dacic and Aleksandar Vucic (Beta, file) B92 Beta Tanjug

Top Serbian officials travel to Brussels on March 11

Beta has also learnt from diplomatic sources that details of the meeting are yet to be determined.

The sources stressed that a meeting of EU foreign ministers, led by Ashton, would be held in Brussels on Monday.

A European Commission (EC) official who wished to remain anonymous confirmed that Nikolić, Dačić and Vučić would come to Brussels but he could not specify the date.

“We would like it to be on Monday but we are still working on preparations,” the official explained.

Serbia has stepped up its diplomatic activities ahead of the EU’s decision on a date for the beginning of the EU accession negotiations in April. On the other hand, the EU has been pressuring Serbia to make progress in talks with Priština. However, the last round of talks ended without any agreement on March 4. The next round of the dialogue is scheduled for March 20.

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