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Serbia Press Review - September 24, 2012

Government to sell Telekom. No new conditions for Serbia, EU rep claims. Kosovo talks can't resume until Serbia starts implementin previous deals.

Belgrade

BLIC

The Serbian government is prepared to sell Telekom Srbija, but not for less than 2.5 billion euro. This comes after Finance Minister Mladjan Dinkic stated on Thursday that the state would be forced to sell part of its assets in order to fill the budget.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

Obligations in the EU accession process are well-known and there are no new conditions, Brussels officials have pointed out.

DANAS

\Serbian government is yet to implement deals Belgrade signed with Pristina since March 2011. Kosovo officials say they can resume talks only after Belgrade implements the already agreed.

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