As reported by CNN a few days ago, Serbia’s prime minister, Ivica Dacic, has publicly declared his “certainty” that his country will be the next member of the European Union. If this is true, Serbia will become the third country of the former Yugoslavia to join the European family after Slovenia (2004) and Croatia (July).
But Dacic’s optimism might be short lived because his certainty is not shared by many of the EU members.
Serbia still has plenty of unresolved issues it nee...
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