Enver Hodzaj

Dacic: We expect to open new chapters in December

PHOTO: TANJUG/ MINISTARSTVO SPOLJNIH POSLOVA REPUBLIKE SRBIJE/ OGNJEN STEVANOVIC

BELGRADE - Belgrade wants a continuation of the dialogue with Pristina in a status-neutral way that also implies that Pristina does not begin every discussion with references to "genocide" or "ethnic cleansing" allegedly committed by Serbia, FM Ivica Dacic said Thursday.

Djuric banned from entering Kosovo-Metohija for two weeks

BELGRADE - Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hodzaj has banned Marko Djuric, the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, from entering Kosovo-Metohija for the next two weeks, Pristina's Ekspress daily reported Monday.

Hodzaj made the decision following consultations with Prime Minister Isa Mustafa and security institutions in Kosovo-Metohija, the paper reported.

Corruption in sale of Serb property

BELGRADE - A special task force, formed as part of the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM), has been investigating for 14 months now the corruption allegations concerning the EULEX top tier, reads the Belgrade-based daily Blic on Monday.

According to the daily, one of the contentious cases is related to the sale of the Serb property in KiM.

Hodzaj: Belgrade, Pristina should sign peace agreement

BELGRADE - Belgrade and Pristina should sign a peace agreement before Serbia joins the European Union, Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hodzaj said on Thursday.

The legally binding agreement that is being referred to in the EU is nothing else but a peace agreement to us, Hodzaj told reporters ahead of a regional conference on economic management, held in Belgrade.

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