The outcome of the Presidential Elections in Serbia, scheduled to be held on April 2, is considered crucial for the future of the country’s international commitments, as well as for its role in the Balkans. The situation in the region remains worrying, following the referendum in the Republic of Srpska, the elections in Montenegro and the latest developments in Macedonia .
Serbia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ivica Dačić, who is also the leader of the country’s Socialist Party, granted an exclusiv...
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