Belgrade-Priština talks postponed

PRIŠTINA -- The next session within the dialogue between Belgrade and Priština has been postponed for the next week in Brussels.

The agenda may be extended by introducing the issues of electricity and freedom of movement, the Priština-based Albanian language daily Koha Ditore has reported citing its sources in Brussels.

The second round of the talks will table electricity, and if possible, freedom of movement. The negotiating teams will continue to discuss the issue of registry books, which was tabled in the first round, since it was noted that an agreement is likely to be reached in this respect, the daily reports.

The dialogue will be continued on March 28, and the second session will also comprise the first-round topics such as Kosovo's customs seal, air traffic and Kosovo's participation in regional initiatives.