press review 06 Dec 12

Serbia Press Review - December 6, 2012

Government introducing its own media through back door. Dacic: Kosovo Serbs' demands
acknowledged. Romanian ambassador on Serbia-Romania relations.

Belgrade

BLIC

The Ministry of Finance has no intention to completely omit from the Draft proposal of the law on public enterprises a provision stipulating that the government founds media companies. Instead it is offering a compromising solution in a form of new stipulation that actually does not change much.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic has stated that a Brussels-brokered deal on the joint management of administrative line crossings in Kosovo had taken into account the demands of Kosovo Serbs, and that therefore there was no reason for protests.

DANAS

Daniel Banu, Romanian Ambassador to Serbia, said that topic of the Romanian minority in Serbia is constantly present on the agenda of bilateral talks and resolving the issue will be another evedence of Serbia's irreversible path towards the European community of values and principles.

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