press review 04 Dec 12

Serbia Press Review - December 4, 2012

Miroslav Miskovic to come to police again soon. State to withdraw from public companies.  European Parliament committee suggests Serbia to be granted EU accession talks date.



Miroslav Miskovic, the Delta Holding owner, will have to come to the police again soon after yesterday’s four-hour interrogation. This will be necessary to clarify all details regarding disputable land conversion at New Belgrade carried out by his company Delreal, Blic learns.


Ruling coalition has started fulfilling its pre-election promise for state to withdraw from public companies' management. This is according ti the changes to the Public Companies Law.


The European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee on Monday urged the European Council to "set a date for opening accession talks with Serbia" as soon as possible.

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