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Serbia presents action plans in Brussels

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BRUSSELS – Representatives of EU member countries accepted the action plans for Chapters 23 and 24 in the Serbia-EU accession negotiations which were presented in Brussels late on Friday by Chief Negotiator for Serbia’s accession negotiations with the EU Tanja Miscevic and heads of the working groups in charge of the two chapters.

Having in mind the complexity of problems and interests of member countries, the reception could not have been better, Cedomir Backovic told reporters as assistant minister of justice and head of the working group in charge of Chapter 23 which covers the judiciary.

Miscevic and Backovic expressed the belief that the two chapters would open early in 2016, after the opening of Chapter 32 on finance control and Chapter 35 concerning normalisation of Belgrade-Pristina relations, which should open late in 2015.

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