Josep Borrell

European Council adopts conclusions on Belgrade-Pristina dialogue

BRUSSELS - EU leaders welcomed on Thursday an agreement reached by the leaders of Serbia and the so-called Kosovo in Ohrid, North Macedonia, on March 18.

In conclusions adopted at the end of the first day of a Brussels summit, the European Council called on both parties to "implement expediently and in good faith their respective obligations."

In Serbia, Cooperation with Kosovo Scientists Can Bring Threats of Violence

Next to Loncar's face was the emblem of the Kosovo Liberation Army, an ethnic Albanian guerrilla army that fought Serbian security forces in the late 1990s to end a decade of repression in Kosovo under then strongman Slobodan Milosevic.

Serbian tabloids had already accused the faculty of effectively recognising Kosovo, but Loncar, 37, said the posters left her "honestly shocked."

Kosovo, Serbia Verbally Agree on ‘Implementation Deal’ to Normalize Ties

EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell on Saturday night, after a marathon meeting in Ohrid, North Macedonia, declared that Serbia and Kosovo had reached a deal on implementing the EU-backed plan for normalization of ties.

However, Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic continued bickering at separate press conferences.

Vucic: Some kind of agreement made, I did not sign anything, this was no D-Day

OHRID - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in Ohrid, North Macedonia, on Saturday evening some kind of agreement had been made in a new round of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and that he was pleased with that, and noted that he had not signed anything and that "this was no D-Day."

The meetings in Ohrid lasted 12 hours; "I said what are our red lines"

The meeting, which was called by the High Representative of the EU, Josep Borrell, and at which participation was confirmed by the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and the Prime Minister of the temporary institutions in Pristina, will take place with the support of the Special Representative of the EU, Miroslav Lajcak.

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