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Serbia Press Review - November 29, 2012

Serbia could wait until 2014 to get EU talks date. Tadic is the DS employee. Jeremic requested Tadic's photo to be put up in embassies in 2008.

Belgrade

BLIC

Serbia could get a date for the beginning of the EU accession talks in the first half of 2013 if the European Council gives a positive opinion on December 10.

DANAS

Boris Tadic, Honorary President of the Democratic Party, is employed by the party with an average monthly salary of 148,000 dinars [about 1300 euro].

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

This is not the first time that Serbian Foreign Ministry has requested all its embassies and diplomatic missions across the world to put up a photograph of a president. Serbian former Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic did the same in 2008 with the photograph of Boris Tadic.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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