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Serbia Press Review - February 14, 2013

Germany: Date for Serbia now or in a year and a half. Decision on date “doesn’t depend only on Germany”. Democrats to decide whether to expel Jeremic from party.

Belgrade

BLIC

Serbian politicians do not have much time to persuade officials in Brussels and especially in Berlin that Serbia has deserved to be given the start date for the EU accession talks in June. German officials presently think such outcome not to be very likely.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

If Serbia did not get a date for the start of the EU accession talks in June, it would be because of certain EU member states, Deputy Prime Minister Suzana Grubjesic says.

DANAS

The Democratic Party, DS, Executive Board will decide whether Vuk Jeremic will be expelled from the party at a session that will start at 5pm on Thursday.

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