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Belgrade Meeting: Croatia Will Help Serbia Join EU

Croatia’s Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic has today met with his Serbian counterpart in Serbia’s capital Belgrade.

“I consider this meeting as positive, in which we agreed that our relations should be normalised and defined in three core issues,” said Serbia’s PM Ivica Dacic after the meeting.

“The first core problem is the question of history, second is our economic cooperation, and third is the approach to the EU,” said Dacic.

Milanovic stated that Serbia would have a tougher task towards EU membership than Croatia did and he urged Serbia to seek help, adding that “Croatia will be fair, Croatia without a second thought will do all it can,” said Milanovic.

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