press review 07 Dec 12

Serbia Press Review - December 7, 2012

Serbia needs our support, enlargement commissioner says. Tijanic asks for three million euro every month for RTS. Serbs from the North accept Belgrade policy on Kosovo.

Belgrade

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule hopes that the European Council will next week “show courage” in decision making when it comes to Serbia’s EU pathway.

KURIR

Aleksandar Tijanic, General Director of Serbian public service broadcaster, RTS, said that he will shut down the station unless the government promise to fund it with three million euro per month.

BLIC

Locals from Serb-run northern Kosovo and top officials from Belgrade have "confirmed the state unity on Kosovo policy."

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