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17. July 2013 | Serbian European Integation Office
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The Stabilisation and Association Committee (SA Committee) held its first meeting following the entry into force of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) between the EU and Serbia on 1 September 2013. Representatives of the Republic of Serbia and of the European Commission reviewed the implementation of the Copenhagen EU accession criteria and the implementation of the SAA. The fruitful exchanges allowed for the reviewing of key reforms which are being pursued first and foremost for the benefit of the citizens of Serbia.
The South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme Journalists Workshop was held today in Belgrade. Participants learnt about the results of the programme and its importance in the process of territorial, economic and social integration. The workshop was organised by the Serbian European Integration Office, which coordinates the programme implementation on the territory of the Republic of Serbia within the Department of Cross-Border and Transnational Cooperation Programmes.
If a referendum with the question “Do you support Serbia’s membership in the EU” were to be held tomorrow, 51 percent of Serbian citizens would vote “yes” (a 1 percent increase compared to the previous survey), 22 percent would vote “no” (a 2 percent drop compared to the previous survey), 20 percent would not vote, whilst seven percent do not know how they would vote. These are the results of the last public opinion poll “European integration of Serbian citizens – Trends”, carried out by the European Integration Office of the Serbian Government in December 2013. The survey was carried by the Eurobarometer standards, on a sample of 1,038 respondents over the age of 18.