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Miščević: Belgrade has done everything to continue dialogue

Tanja Miščevič; Photo: Tanjug

TANJUG_maliBELGRADE – There is no information from Brussels on what kind of impact the suspension of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue following the arrest of Ramus Haradinaj might have on Serbia’s European integration, says Serbia’s chief EU negotiator Tanja Miščević.

“I do not think there is an argument that could be used to say Serbia has not done all that was possible to ensure a continuation of the dialogue or implementation of agreements,” Miščević told the N1 television.

She expressed the hope the stalled dialogue would have no impact on Serbia’s EU path and that the progress made would be recognised.

The negotiation chapters that could be opened next are Chapters 29 (customs union), 7 (intellectual property), 6 (company law) and 30 (external relations), Miščević said.

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