"There will be new opportunities early next year, with a new team in Brussels, with a new team in Kosovo, of course for the Serbian government and for the Serbian opposition - for all of them to participate," Munter told N1.
He attended a meeting of the NATO Military Committee, held in Ljubljana last week, while the topics for discussion were focused on Afghanistan, Iraq and Kosovo.
Work on the construction of the Turkish Stream is officially underway today after the agreement between the state gas operator Bulgartransgaz and the Saudi-based Arcad Consortium was signed yesterday.
The new pipeline is expected to become one of the main routes for the transmission of Russian gas to Europe as Russia plans to suspend transit through Ukraine next year.
According to the "Zeri" newspaper in Pristina, connoisseurs of political circumstances believe that the final agreement could lead to privileges for the Serbs, diminishing the interests of the so-called Kosovo and the destabilization of the Balkans under Russian influence.