Belgrade, Priština “make progress in dialogue”

Although progress was made during a dialogue of the working groups of Belgrade and Priština, there was no full agreement, the European Commission has released.

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  1. It's not debatable that Serbia is totally recognizing Kosovo independence with any deal with any terms about bidder or crossings or customs being collected. Serbia is recognizing Kosovo independence.
    (Brian, 22 November 2012 19:35)

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  2. Integrated managment of crossing points ?? What's that ??

    Or do you mean the agreed IBM, Integrated Border Managment ??

    You maybee fool serbs with you own made up words on agreements but not Albanians and the rest of the world.

    We know that IBM means border and I hope educated serbs also knowes that.
    (Demi, 22 November 2012 11:14)

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