Serbian president meets with Croat and Slovenian PMs

Serbian President Boris Tadic has began his meeting with PMs of Slovenia Borut Pahor and Croatia Jadranka Kosor in the central Serbian town of Smederevo today.

The meeting would be held at the Golden Hill (Zlatni Breg) villa near Smederevo. After the talks, Tadić, Pahor and Kosor will address the media. 

This will be the officials’ second trilateral meeting.

The first meeting was held in Slovenia’s city of Ptuj in March 2010, when Tadić, Kosor and Pahor discussed the strengthening of interstate cooperation and sharing experience in overcoming the economic crisis. They also agreed to establish a permanent “personal trilateral formation” which would enable an efficient resolving of issues of common significance.

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