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Serbia Press Review - April 16, 2013

Nikolic's speech at the UN is obstacle for EU progress. Belgrade and Pristina expected to continue talks on Wednesday. No agency is monitoring radiation in Serbia.



Speech of the President Tomislav Nikolic at the UN General Assembly debate on international justice and reconciliation represents a major obstacle for Serbia's further EU progress, the daily has learned from diplomatic sources.


The negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina are expected to continue in Brussels on Wednesday. Three parties (Belgrade, Pristina and Brussels) made such decision on Tuesday. Serbian delegation will again be led by Prime Minister Ivica Dacic.  


Due to lack of funds, Agency for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety of Serbia, due to lack of funds, is not monitoring radiation in Serbia. Earlier this important work was financed from the Fund for Environmental Protection but the fund was abolished late last year.

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