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Kosovo and Serbia to Resume Dialogue in Washington

The US special envoy to the stalled Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Richard Grenell, said on Twitter on Friday that a meeting between Kosovo and Serbia would take place in Washington on September 2.

"We are happy to announce that the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia will meet at the White House for a negotiation on September 2″, Grenell tweeted without providing further details.

Vučić: Possible parliamentary elections in a year and a half

"I would suggest two concepts. One is a simple coalition with one political party, I would not say which one. The other is, given that we are threatened by the wave of coronavirus in the fall and the situation concerning Kosovo, that in a year and a half we will go to parliamentary elections", so a kind of concentration government will be formed.

Montenegro opens borders for the citizens of Serbia under the following conditions

"Montenegro will open its borders with Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Western European countries from tomorrow," Mugosa announced, Cdm.me reports, adding that the epidemiological situation with coronavirus is improving in these countries.

Vučić: Serbia is not in a position to refuse talks, Albanians provoke on the ground

"Serbia is not in a position, but it would not be good if it was in a position to reject the talks. Why Grenell used the term 'negotiations' is a question for him. We participate in the talks, the topics are economic, it is important for us and they are good topics ", Vui says.

Grenell announced the date of the Belgrade - Pristina meeting in the White House

"We are happy to announce that the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia will meet at the White House for a negotiation on September 2", Grenell wrote on his Twitter account.
Grenell did not give more details.

We are happy to announce that the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia will meet at the White House for a negotiation on September 2. @realDonaldTrump @robertcobrien @WHNSC

Kosovo MPs Fail to Pass Law to Protect KLA’s Values

The proposed Draft Law on Protection of the Kosovo Liberation Army's Values failed to pass on Thursday after only 35 MPs out of a total of 120 lawmakers in the Kosovo Assembly voted in favour.

"A total of 36 deputies participated [in the vote], 35 votes in favour, one against and no abstentions," said Kosovo Assembly speaker Vjosa Osmani.

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