German Ambassador to Belgrade Thomas Schieb has said that "everything agreed on during the dialogue in Brussels must be 'implemented,'" noting that this applied both to the Community of Serb Municipalities and the issue of energy.
"Both sides must do their part, and all remaining unresolved issues must be solved, too," Schieb told the Dec. 5 issue of the Politika daily on the subject of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue. According to him, "The goal is a comprehensive agreement that will, of course, then be implemented, so that all citizens of Kosovo, regardless of ethnicity, can live in peace and prosperity in their homeland."
Asked whether there would be changes to Germany's foreign policy toward Serbia after the change of German's foreign minister (Annalena Baerbock will take office), the ambassador said the "fundamental principles of (German) policy will remain the same, like support to the European Union accession process and support for the necessary reforms." "Our position on Kosovo will also remain unchanged," Schieb said.