BELGRADE - The Coalition of Refugee Associations stated that the meeting between Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and his Croatian counterpart Vesna Pusic leads to further enhancement of the two countries relations, but it also warned that mutual respect would not be possible without first finding a fair solution to open issues.
EU nudges western Balkans toward economic reform
Improving the financial climate will attract investment, the Union said. In other business news: Bulgaria and Macedonia seek more funding for Corridor 8.
The EU believes that financial reforms will mean a better business climate and greater economic prosperity in the western Balkans. [AFP]
Macroeconomic situation in Serbia "difficult"
BELGRADE -- Director of the Center for Advanced Economic Studies Kori Udovički has said that the macroeconomic situation in Serbia is "very difficult."
"Dialogue has to be continued, results implemented"
BELGRADE -- After elections on March 16, "Serbia must continue reforms and the dialogue with Priština with renewed vigor and implement the results of the dialogue."
This is what Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz has told the Belgrade-daily Danas in an interview ahead of his visit here on Wednesday.