Kosovo dialogue continues in Brussels
The prime ministers of Serbia and Kosovo, Aleksandar Vucic and Isa Mustafa, are this Tuesday meeting in Brussels as part of the Belgrade-Pristina talks.Source: Beta
The new round of dialogue will discuss energy, telecommunications, the Community of Serb Municipalities and the bridge in Kosovska Mitrovica.
The European Union will ask of Vucic and Mustafa to sign "concrete agreements," writes the Belgrade-based daily Danas, referring to diplomatic circles, as quoted by the Beta agency.
Yesterday in Brussels the two delegations met on a technical level, after last week's meetings in this format yielded no concrete agreements on telecommunications, energy, the Community of Serb Municipalities and other issues, such as Peace Park on the bridge over the Ibar River that divides north and south Kosovska Mitrovica.
EU High Representative Federica Mogherini said last week that the topics of talks of the delegations led by Vucic and Mustafa will be "implementation of agreements on energy, telecommunications, the Association/Community, as well as the bridge in Mitrovica."
During the recent talks between the two delegations on a technical level, held June 16-19 he telecommunications, energy, the Community of Serb Municipalities and other open issues, such as the fate of the park on the bridge over the Ibar River. The talks ended without concrete agreements.
Pristina media have announced that Vucic and Mustafa will reach agreement "on the removal of the barricades, that is, the park from the bridge," Beta writes.