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Extracts from the press briefing by Dimitrij Rupel, Slovenian Minister for Foreign Affairs and President in office of the Council, on the european strategy for the Balkans

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Following the EU/Canada Ministerial Troika held on 5 March 2008 in Brussels, where talks were partly devoted to the Kosovo and Western Balkans issues, Dimitrij Rupel, Slovenian Minister for Foreign Affairs and President in office of the Council, reacted to the broad strategy for the Balkans presented earlier that day by the European Commission. Dimitrij Rupel told journalists that the communication was in line with the Presidency assessment of the situation, pointing out "complications" between the EU and Croatia or between the EU and Serbia. He added that the EU still hoped that it could move faster now but that much would depend on the individual countries.
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Type: EbS   Reference: 56332   Date: 05/03/2008   Duration: 00:01:53
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