Petkovic: Concrete steps to be discussed in Brussels, our red lines to stay

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said an April 4 round of the Brussels dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina would address concrete steps to implement a recent agreement from Ohrid, North Macedonia, and noted that Belgrade's red lines would remain in place.

From Trenches to Courtroom: Kosovo’s War Leaders Face New Battle

On April 3, the four wartime leaders will be together again, this time before the prosecutors at the Kosovo Specialist Chambers in The Hague courtroom to hear the charges against them read out in the courtroom as their trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity begins.

Chief negotiators of Belgrade, Pristina to meet in Brussels on April 4

BRUSSELS - The chief negotiators of Belgrade and Pristina, Petar Petkovic and Besnik Bislimi, will meet in Brussels on April 4, Tanjug learns.

Earlier on Tuesday, EU spokesperson Peter Stano announced the chief negotiators in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue would meet in Brussels next week.

Sakellaropoulou: Pressure does exist, but our stance on Kosovo remains unchanged

BELGRADE - Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou, who is on an official visit to Serbia, said on Tuesday the Greek stance on non-recognition of the self-declared independence of the so-called Kosovo remained unchanged and that Greece was consistently implementing a constructive policy aimed at ensuring peace and stability in the Western Balkans.

Vucic: Serbia wants to join EU but knows that does not depend only on us

BELGRADE - Serbia is on the European path and wants to become an EU member state, but it knows that does not always depend only on us, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday, noting that Serbia's objective was to accelerate its progress on the European path, but also to strengthen its economy and advance its democracy.