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Dialogue on Kosovo to be broadest debate

The task of the working group set up to support the internal dialogue on Kosovo in the coming months will be to listen to, and gather, all opinions from the broadest social spectrum on one of the most significant topics for us, the group’s head Marko Đurić said Monday at the body’s first session.

Dialogue must be realistic and its goals must lead to the future, not conflicts, Đurić said.

The group’s task is to see what social groups and institutions can help Serbia to strengthen its institutional capacity to deal with the Kosovo issue, he said.

The Blic daily reported the first round table in the internal dialogue would be held in the Palace of Serbia Tuesday.

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