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Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs

Joost Korte, acting Director-General of the DG Enlargement of the EC, chaired the explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs. The Serbian delegation was represented by: Branko Ružić, Serbian Minister without portfolio in charge of European Integration, Tanja Miščević, Chief Negotiator for Serbia’s accession negotiations with the EU, Vladimir Božović, Serbian State Secretary at the Ministry for Interior, Vanja Vukić, Serbian State Secretary at the Ministry for the Interior, and Duško Lopandić, Head of the Mission of Serbia to the EU.
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
General view of the explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and ...
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Vanja Vukić, Branko Ružić and Tanja Miščević (from left to right)
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Vladimir Božović, Vanja Vukić, Branko Ružić and Tanja Miščević (from left to right)
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Joost Korte,1st from the left
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Vladimir Božović, Vanja Vukić, Branko Ružić and Tanja Miščević (from left to right)
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Tanja Miščević, on the left, from the back, and Branko Ružić, on the right, in profile
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Joost Korte, 2nd from the left
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Vladimir Božović, 2nd from the left, Vanja Vukić, 3rd from the left, Branko Ružić, 4th ...
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
General view of the explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and ...
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
Vladimir Božović, Vanja Vukić, Branko Ružić, Tanja Miščević and Duško Lopandić (from left ...
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013
Explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and Home Affairs
General view of the explanatory screening meeting for Serbia on Chapter 24 – Justice and ...
Reference: P-024082
Date: 02/10/2013

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