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Belgrade urges Serbs in Kosovo to accept...
Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic urged Serbs living in northern Kosovo to accept an EU-brokered agreement to normalise relations between Serbia and its breakaway former province, while admitting the accord was not ideal.
Serbia Press Review - May 8, 2013
NOVI MAGAZIN At a meeting in Belgrade on May 7, the heads of all four Kosovo municipalities south of the Ibar river accepted Belgrade's agreement with Pristina on normalizing ties, while the chief of the Kosovska Mitrovica district still opposes the deal, Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic told Novi Magazin in an interview.
EU favours Serbia membership talks
The European Commission on Monday recommended opening negotiations on Serbia's entry into the EU after Belgrade struck a deal to normalise ties with breakaway Kosovo, aiming to turn the page on the last simmering troublespot in the Balkans.
Serbia approves Kosovo deal: government
Serbia's government on Monday approved the EU-brokered deal with breakaway Kosovo, a historic agreement aimed at turning the page on the Balkans' last simmering trouble-spot 14 years after the end of hostilities.
Serbia, Kosovo strike historic deal
The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo initialled a historic deal Friday to normalise ties, a move key to the future of the Western Balkans and destined also to bring both closer to the European Union.