Thursday, September 30, 2021

Serbia, Kosovo Reach Agreement on De-Escalation at Border - FARS

(FNA)- Serbia and Kosovo have reached an agreement to ease the situation on their border, an EU official confirmed on Thursday.

"We have a deal!," Miroslav Lajčák, EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue and other Western Balkan regional issues, announced on Twitter, Euro News reported.

"After two days of intense negotiations, an agreement on de-escalation and the way forward has just been reached," he added, thanking Serbia’s Petar Petković and Kosovo’s Besnik Bislimi who led the technical teams, "for their readiness to negotiate and agree for the good of the people".

Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia ratcheted up earlier this month when Kosovo demanded that Serbian cars crossing the border buy temporary licence plates.

This was in response to Serbia — which does not recognise its former province as a sovereign nation — already requiring vehicles from Kosovo to do the same.

In response, ethnic Serbs in Kosovo blocked the provisional border in protest, leading Pristina to deploy special forces at the Jarinje and Brnjak border crossings while Belgrade put its military at the border area on a heightened state of alert...


Sous l'égide de l'Union européenne, Pristina et Belgrade ont trouvé une sortie de crise après dix jours de fortes tensions dans le nord du Kosovo

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