Serb, Croat, Hungarian leaders meet

The presidents of Serbia, Croatia and Hungary have started their meeting today in Pecs, Hungary.

Boris Tadić, Ivo Josipović and Laszlo Solyom will address journalists afterwards.

The three presidents would discuss specific forms of cooperation.

The Serbian, Croatian and Hungarian presidents will visit Zsolnay Museum and meet with the mayor of Pecs before going to lunch.

After the three-way meeting, Tadić will also meet in Pecs with representatives of the Self-Government of Serbs in Hungary.

Tadić will then together with Jospović visit the village of Bački Monoštor, in Vojvodina, northern Serbia, where they will meet with representatives of the Croat community.

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