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Serbia’s president-elect pushes for trade area between W. Balkans countries

08 April 2017


Tags : business - biz,serbia,balkans,eu


Belgrade/Prishtina/Skopje-Shkup, dtt-net.com – Serbia’s prime minister and president-elect Aleksandar Vucic says a common trade area between six countries in the Western Balkans would help stability in the region, but the idea backed by EU officials is opposed by Kosovo and Macedonia so far.


 


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