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Serbia's Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic said yesterday after meeting with Prime Minister of France Jean-Marc Ayrault that France will be in favour of Serbia getting the date to start negotiations with the EU as soon as possible. Dacic, who is yesterday in France, said that during the meeting they discussed the situation regarding the talks in Brussels, and pointed out that Serbia has invested a lot in this dialogue, which is often associated with the issue of Serbia’s European integration.
The Prime Minister said that Serbia has until 9 April to declare whether it accepts what it was offered in Brussels, in the course of Belgrade-Pristina talks.
It was said that Pristina will offer an extensive autonomy for the Serbs within Kosovo, but that did not happen, so now we have the deadline to declare our position. We have nothing more to discuss since Pristina will not move its position, explained Dacic.
He said that the talks with the Prime Minister of France were very good and important, noting that France, of all countries in the West, is the most sympathetic to Serbia's position on the major issues in the region.
The Prime Minister said that the Prime Minister of France assured him that France will absolutely be in favour of Serbia getting the date to start negotiations with the EU as soon as possible and that France is absolutely behind the strategic partnership agreement.
Dacic said that the traditional friendship between the two peoples has been highlighted, which, unfortunately, in recent decades, was more part of history textbooks rather than of real life politics.
According to him, this was a very important meeting, given that this is the first visit of a Serbian Prime Minister to Paris in the last seven years, while the French President last visited Belgrade in 2001.
Also, the Prime Minister yesterday attended a working lunch with representatives of French companies in the MEDEF employers' association headquarters. Source; Government
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