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Serbia Press Review - January 29, 2013

Support for EU plummets among Serbians. Sheikh to pay private visit to Vucic. Government's anti-corruption campaign enjoys high support.

DANAS

The support for the country's EU accession has dropped in Serbia to the lowest level recorded in the last decade as in now at 41 per cent.

BLIC

After agreement about investing in Serbian agriculture, the UAE will soon sign an agreement with Serbia worth 130 million euro about investing in the Jugoimport SDPR.

Blic source says that the Crowned Prince and the first Sheikh of the Emirates Muhammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan is due to visit Belgrade again, this time on a private visit to First deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

The cabinet that took over in the summer of 2012 has been rated positively by 32 percent of respondents, a new CeSID/UNDP survey has shown.

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