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Belgrade and Pristina reach deal. Democrats and Liberals to get back together. Ljajic: More chances for reshuffle than elections.
Belgrade and Pristina have reached an agreement on a community of Serb municipalities. According to the daily, both sides have requested more time from the EU in order to prepare the public. A well-informed source from the EU told Blic that it was obvious that neither Serbs nor Albanians would be satisfied with the solution.
Opposition Democratic Party and Liberal Democratic Party are likely to get back together again. The Democrats and Liberals split in 2005.
Rasim Ljajic, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister, said that it was likely that the government reshuffle will take place but no snap polls.
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.