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EU Enlargement: Serbia

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These video stock shots on Serbia cover four topics: a general presentation of Serbia; key reforms on the path to the EU; the EU and Serbia working together; and what Serbia can bring to the EU. They feature new images of the capital Belgrade, the main political institutions, and images of the main cities, such as Novi Sad and Nis. They reflect the key reform areas that mark Serbia's relations to the European Union, such as the judiciary, as well as the fight against corruption and organised crime. The EU's support to Serbian efforts to adopt EU standards is illustrated through a series of concrete projects in the following areas: infrastructure, waste management, social integration, etc. The natural wealth, cultural heritage and human potential are illustrated through as set of examples of what Serbia can bring to the EU. This is shown in the following sub-chapters: culture, heritage and people.
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Type: Stockshots [long]   Reference: I-071029   Date: 06/10/2011   Duration: 21:06 Location: Belgrade,Belgrade - Headquarters of the Serbian Government,Belgrade - Ministry of Foreign Affairs,Belgrade - Palace of Justice,Belgrade - Parliament,Belgrade - Port,Belgrade - Presidential Palace,Golubac,Niš,Novi Sad,Požarevac,Serbia  
Languages: ORIGINAL,

Tags: Enlargement , Potential candidate countries , Serbia
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