Saturday, April 6, 2013

Consultations on Kosovo continue over weekend

BELGRADE -- Consultations between Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić, Prime Minister Ivica Dačić and First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić will continue over the weekend.

Ivica Dačić and Aleksandar Vučić (Beta, file)
Ivica Dačić and Aleksandar Vučić (Beta, file)


Ivica Dačić and Aleksandar Vučić (Beta, file)
Nikolić, Dačić and Vučić are due to meet with heads of parliamentary groups on Sunday, media have reported.

Belgrade-based daily Politika writes that the talks of the three most senior officials will also be held during the weekend, while on Sunday they should meet heads of parliamentary groups.

B92 has learned that an extraordinary government session will be held on Monday and that the cabinet members will discuss the EU's offer.

Today's issue of daily Blic also noted that the consultations will be continued over the weekend.

“Nikolic, Dacic and Vucic are in constant contact, the talks are being intensified, just as it has been announced in the previous days,” Blic has reported.

That daily adds that the plan is to convene a meeting with heads of all parliamentary groups on Sunday, at which they could voice their opinion on Brussels' conditions.

On Friday afternoon, consultations were held between Nikolić, Dačić and Vučić in the Serbian Presidency building. However, they did not give any statements after the meeting.

Before the meeting, Dačić informed the ministers about the dialogue with Priština at a government sitting, and then joined the president and the first deputy PM.

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