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Croatian And Serbian PM’s To Meet In Belgrade On Wednesday

The first official meeting between the Croatian and Serbian Prime Ministers is set to take place in the Serbian capital Belgrade on Wednesday, reports daily Vecernji list.

Croatia’s Zoran Milanovic will meet with Ivica Dacic and discuss all current issues that effect the two nations, and also issues that are currently halting Croatian-Serbian relations. A press conference will be held after Wednesday’s meeting.

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