Central European leaders meet in Serbia

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June 19, 2009 13:42

 
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Central European leaders were discussing EU integration, energy and economy at a summit in Serbia. The summit in the northern city of Novi Sad involves the leaders of Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Serbia. Serbia's President Boris Tadic on Friday urged the European Union to support the integration of Balkan states into the bloc. Tadic also says that regional cooperation and solidarity are key to solving the "economic and energy problems, and obstacles on the way to European integration."

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