Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia agree for economic cooperation

Serbia’s President Boris Tadic and Prime Ministers of Croatia and Slovenia, Jadranka Kosor and Borut Pahor, reaffirmed on Friday (April 1st) their will to boost economic co-operation and participate together on third markets. Tadic and Kosor expressed willingness to shed light on the fate of people gone missing during the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, and announced that a donor conference on housing problems of the refugees will be held in September. Pahor said that his country will support Croatia’s bid to complete EU accession talks by June and Serbia’s efforts to get an EU candidate status by the end of the year.

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