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Serbia Press Review - April 4, 2013

Boycott of session UN over work of Hague Tribunal fails. Ashton proposes “interim EU administration for north”. Vucic was shoked when he heard Brussels proposal.

Belgrade

BLIC

In just one day about twenty countries have applied for participation in the public debate over work of international criminal courts scheduled for April 10 at the UN General Assembly, Blic learned from diplomatic sources in New York. This information has been confirmed to us by the UN GA Chairman Vuk Jeremic, too.

DANAS

Despite assessments that the eighth round of the Belgrade-Priština dialogue was the last one and that new negotiations could be expected in 2014, sources from Brussels claim that nothing is over yet and that it is too early to say that the process was unsuccessful.
Belgrade and Pristina have until Tuesday, April 9 to decide on the EU's proposal that was presented to them in Brussels.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

When Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister, saw the proposal for Kosovo-Serbia deal in Brussels, he said: "Are you kidding".

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