Thursday, January 6, 2011

High quality of reforms essential for opinion on Serbia's EU membership

Belgrade, 6 Jan 2010 - Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration and Minister of Science and Technological Development Bozidar Djelic mentioned in an interview with the daily Blic that every one deadlines set to Serbia on its European course in the first six months of this yr will be met.
The official government’s website brings excerpts from the interview.

The deadline for meeting EU’s conditions in response to the Action plan:

We need to finish every little thing by the top of June. Through the summer, the European Fee will put together its opinion and in December member countries will take their stance. The quality of the opinion of the European Commission will rely upon the quality of our reforms within the first half of this year. With a constructive report by Chief Prosecutor of International Criminal Tribunal for the previous Yugoslavia (ICTY) Serge Brammertz, we are able to have a basis not only for the candidate standing but additionally for obtaining the date for starting negotiations on membership.

Hungary’s assist during its EU presidency:

Their help would be to mobilise member states to send their technical missions, which should come after we submit our responses to the Questionnaire, contemplating the truth that it is vital that the method is intensively followed. It's not real looking to anticipate to get a candidate status through the presidency of Hungary. Nonetheless it is possible for Croatia to signal an settlement on accession, which is useful for us too. During the Hungarian presidency, the Danube Technique and the Strategy for Roma Inclusion will be adopted and a dialogue on EU price range from 2014 to 2020 may also start.

Expectations of nations in the region from the EU:

We are looking for two issues for the Western Balkans. First, every year a linear increase monetary assist and secondly, we wish to immediately introduce new financial recreation rules which can be applied throughout the EU. These are two seemingly dry, technical points, but collectively they're worth up to €2 billion of tax that we might not need to take from the residents in this decade.

Budget for research and science:

Science funds stays low, but we elevated it more than double, from RSD 9 billion to RSD 19 billion. We'll invest €four hundred million within the scientific infrastructure, including at the very least €70 million for scientific equipment.

Development of non-commercial residences for scientists:

These residences might be in-built Belgrade, Nis, Kragujevac and Novi Sad. We'll begin constructing the Centre for Promotion of Science in Block 39 in New Belgrade as well as infrastructure of the Petnica Research Centre.

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