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„This is a great year for Serbia. Certain highways are being finalized, we are starting new ones. I am happy, so is everyone in the Government of Serbia and I believe that the citizens are too. We can be proud of what we have done, what we are doing right now and what is going to be done'', said the Minister of Construction, Transport and Instrastructure for TV Prva, Zorana Mihajlovi.
Dai said that he has no information that could confirm accusations of foreign affairs minister of so-called Kosovo, Behgjet Pacolli, who claims that Pristinas diplomatic representation in Copenhagen has been attacked by Serbian citizens in Denmark.
They said that they are prepared to sit down at the table to find a final, legally binding agreement within existing borders, which leads to mutual recognition.
Commenting on the request of the Quint countries for the resumption of dialogue, a statement from the outgoing prime minister's cabinet said for Radio Free Europe that "no conditions should be set on that process".
The director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Marko Djuric, says after a joint statement issued by the Quint countries, that Serbia would continue to pursue its internal interests.
Charles Kupchan, US Foreign Affairs Council member and Georgetown University Professor has told this to Radio Free Europe.
I am convinced that foreign secret service try to monitor electronic communications of the people in Serbia they are interested in, primarily President Aleksandar Vucic, said Nebojsa Stefanovic, Serbian Interior Minister for "Vecernje novosti".