Serbian PM Ivica Dačić said on Friday that there would be no continuation of the dialogue “because no acceptable agreement has been reached so far.”
When asked whether he would go to a new round of the negotiations, Dačić said:
“If we went to Brussels, we would go to the signing or to a final round and it is unknown when and whether that will be, although I do know that it is important that it happenes by April 16 because of the date. But I remind you that a decision on a date (for the start of the EU accession talks) will be made in June”.
At the 4th regional ministerial conference dubbed “The fight against organized crime, corruption and judicial cooperation in the region of Southeast Europe” in Belgrade on Friday the prime minister said that Serbia deserved to get a date for the start of the EU accession negotiations even if it did not reach an agreement with Priština.