"EU expects Pristina to continue dialogue with Belgrade"

EU officials in Brussels expect Pristina to continue the dialogue with Belgrade, regardless of who will form the next government, writes Koha Ditore.

Source: Tanjug

In addition, the EU expects Pristina to implementation the agreements reached so far.

EU officials have also indicated that it is likely that the format of the negotiations will change, and that they will in future be conducted at the level of presidents.

The Pristina newspaper, however, said there is concern in Brussels about whether Thaci has sufficient authority to take over the dialogue - unlike Aleksandar Vucic who has emerged as the undisputed leader after the presidential elections in Serbia.


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