Serbia to reopen issue of refugees in September: official
According to the Tanjug news agency, Dabetic said that Serbia will in September propose a meeting with representatives of neighboring Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro in order to initiate the process of refugee's return, especially to Croatia.
Serbia now is housing about 300,000 refugees from former Yugoslavian republics, 200,000 of whom have already taken Serbian citizenships.
Integration of these 200,000 people, who remain the social category in the worst situation, is a priority issue, Dabetic said, adding that the new law on refugees should help them resolve accommodation problems the easiest way.
The Sarajevo Declaration expected Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina to solve the refugee problem by the end of 2006.