Brussels Agreement

Vučić: "Why would we care about the Constitution of the so-called Kosovo?"

Vui referred to the announcement of the European External Action Service (EEAS), which expressed concern over "the increase in inflammatory rhetoric between the officials of Belgrade and Pristina" and said that he has no comment. "That's for the best," stated Vui.

German "stick-and-carrot": What did Scholz say to Kurti but not so directly to Vučić?

The first great Balkan assignment of the new German Chancellor was successfully performed: both Vui and Kurti came to Berlin.
These are politicians, as Deutsche Welle writes, in whose hands is the solution of the currently biggest political problem in the Balkans - the relations between Serbia and Kosovo.

Serbia Strengthening ‘Parallel Structures’, Kosovo Deputy PM Says

"The final agreement should be centred on mutual recognition," Bislimi, who is Prime Minister Albin Kurti's person in charge of the dialogue, added.

'Nothing is happening'

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti (second left) and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic (right) meet for the first time in Brussels, June 15, 2021. Photo: Josep Borrell/Twitter. 

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