Serbia: South Stream agreement crisis, Serbia will have to follow EU rules

Published on December 26, 2013 7:05 am

“Serbia’s talks with the EU, which should start at the same time as the EU-Russia talks on revising contracts, are two connected and parallel processes,” Oettinger stated. This is if the country “wants to avoid bringing its accession talks with the EU to a halt.
“Serbia is a member of the European energy community and has to accept its market rules,” he said at a forum on the EU’s energy policy in Brussels on Wednesday.

For complete article visit

photo energetika

Business News Serbia

  • Serbia launches unified tax collection

  • Elimination of tariffs on EU products not to disturb market

  • Serbia’s six-year-long trade liberalization with EU expires

  • Quarter of Serbians “exposed to poverty risk”

  • Unemployment rate in Serbia drops to 20.1%

  • Serbia’s GDP is estimated to have grown 2.4% in 2013

  • Foreigners are especially fascinated with Serbian wines made of autonomous varietie

  • 2014 will be challenging for the entire society in Serbia, not just for the economy