press review 19 Apr 13

Serbia Press Review - April 19, 2013

Solid arrangement in sight, FM says. “EU should exert pressure on Pristina”. Serbian film production may see better days.

Belgrade

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

A solid and honest arrangement is in sight in the dialogue with Pristina, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkic has stated.

DANAS

I expect the EU to make it clear to Pristina that it should give up on a request for Serbia not to block Kosovo’s UN membership, Mladjan Dinkic says.

BLIC

‘Zero is no longer an option for Serbian cinematography because the Minister of Culture Bratislav Petkovic has promised me extraordinary allocation of assets from the republican budget for film making’, Dejan Karaklajic, the new President of the Management Board of the Serbia Film Center, said.

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