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Topic - Milutin Mrkonjić
Pro-European Union Democrats and Socialists reached an agreement on Wednesday to form a new coalition government in Serbia, after an election that indicated the bloc has kept its luster in the Balkans despite the eurozone crisis.
Senior Socialists official Milutin Mrkonjic said the coalition between the parties, which also had formed Serbia's last government, was "logical" because they had won majority support from the voters.
Mrkonjic said Dacic will be "one of the candidates" for the post of prime minister.