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Bosnia's Serbs withdrew their objections to a trade agreement with the European Union Friday, lifting a key blockage to talks on the whole country joining the bloc following intervention from Germany.Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, whose country maintains relations with the Serb Republic, advised its President Milorad Dodik Thursday to accept the deal.Bosnia's three-man inter-ethnic presidency held an emergency session and ordered the country's main trade negotiator with the EU to initial the deal.The Serb Republic and the Bosniak-Croat Federation, the two regions making up Bosnia under a peace agreement that ended the country's war in the 1990s, have yet to agree on an effective coordination mechanism with Brussels, another EU condition to considering Bosnia's application for membership.
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