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Serbia Press Review - December 3, 2012

Businessman Miskovic to be interrogated by police. Patriarch Irinej and Nikolic discuss implementation of Kosovo deals. Food price are three times higher that 1o months ago.

Belgrade

BLIC

Delta Holding owner  Miroslav Miskovic will be interrogated by police on Monday at 11am about business dealing by the Delreal, one of his companies, however without prejudicing any eventual guilt on his side. Miskovic will be interrogated as a citizen and will not be kept at the police.

DANAS

Patriacrh Irinej, the Head of the Serbian Orthodox Church, told Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic that the church strongly opposed the formation of  border between Kosovo and Serbia under the mask of the integrated border agreement.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

Statistically, Serbian nationals need to spend a salary and a half on the food basket stands which at 61,000 dinars. The purchasing power is declining and the food is now almost three times more expensive than at the beginning of the year.

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