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Serbia Press Review - February 27, 2013

EU talks date "depends on EC and Ashton". Ex-EU Integration Office head to be lead negotiator”. 80% of Germans against EU enlargement, poll shows.

Belgrade

BLIC

European Commission's Director General for Enlargement Stefano Sanino told the daily that EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton would submit a report on the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, while the European Commission (EC) would submit a report on the judicial reform, fulfillment of the Copenhagen criteria and other reforms.

NOVI MAGAZIN

New opinion polls in Germany have shown that more than 80 per cent of Germans are against further EU enlargement, Novi magazin has learnt.

DANAS

Former EU Integration Office Director Tanja Miscevic is a serious candidate for the key negotiator in Serbia's EU accession talks.

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