Lajcak: Vucic, Kurti Could Hold First Meeting in Several Weeks | Beta Briefing

Lajcak: Vucic, Kurti Could Hold First Meeting in Several Weeks

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News / Politics | 25.03.21 | access_time 15:58

Miroslav Lajcak (Photo: Dimitrije Goll)

EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialog Miroslav Lajcak has said that he expects Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Premier Albin Kurti to meet in several weeks and that reaching an agreement on the normalization of relations was possible in several months if the two leaders had the political will.

"I think that we can expect the first meeting soon enough, without unnecessary delays," Lajcak told Radio Free Europe on March 25 adding that Kurti and Vucic had already said that they were ready to come to Brussels and continue the dialog.

Lajcak said that there was plenty of time for one serious job "because the European Council renewed my mandate by 17 months last week, until August 2022," but added that an agreement could be reached earlier than that.

"Technically [reaching an agreement on normalization] is feasible in several months, however, I am not the one who decides. The two sides Serbia and Kosovo get to decide the speed of the process," he explained.

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