Belgrade team chief on Kosovo talks agenda

Head of the Belgrade negotiating team Borislav Stefanović expects the new round of Belgrade-Priština talks to include the issue of Kosovo electricity supply.

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  1. while at the very end the relations between Belgrade, Priština and northern Kosovo remain the ultimate topic," he underscored.

    Why don't you tell your fellow serbs the truth, that your aim is to carve northern Mitro and nothings else.
    (Agim Kelmendi, 24 March 2011 18:06)
  2. "...a solution....in compliance with Serbia's position on the preservation of sovereignty..... Serbia is ready for an agreement and a creative solution which does not question its Constitution and its position regarding Kosovo's status.

    These talks in the framework of Serbia s constitution are going to fail. Serbia must recognise Kosovo independence first before any serious talks.
    (EA, 24 March 2011 17:26)

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