Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian PMs to meet

Serbian President Boris Tadic will meet with the prime ministers of Slovenia and Croatia in Smederevo on Friday to discuss economic cooperation and international issues.

The gathering in the central Serbia town will be the officials’ second trilateral meeting.

The first was held in the Slovenian city of Ptuj in March 2010, when Tadic, Kosor and Pahor discussed the strengthening of interstate cooperation and shared experiences for overcoming the economic crisis.

The focus of the meeting will be economic cooperation, noting, however, that current international issues will not be neglected.

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