Stano: New Round of Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Not in Sight | Beta Briefing

Stano: New Round of Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Not in Sight

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News / Politics | 19.02.24 | access_time 15:31


A spokesperson for the European Commission (EC), Peter Stano, has said on Feb. 19 that at this point the European Union (EU) is unable to announce a new round of top-level Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue.

"We don't have anything on the basis of which we could announce a high-level Dialogue," he said, referring to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s  statement that he was expected an invitation to travel to Brussels one of these days, hoping for a solution regarding Pristina's decision to ban the use of the Serbian dinar in Kosovo.

Stano responded to a request by the BETA agency to explain whether Vucic’s statement, in the wake of his talks in Munich with European High Representative Josep Borrell and Special Envoy Miroslav Lajcak, could mean that a new round of the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue might be expected soon.

Borrell's lead spokesman also told BETA that he was unable to comment on what the Serbian president had in mind when, after the talks with Borrell and Lajcak, he said that it seemed to him "that the EU either does not have, or does not want to use any mechanisms against Pristina, clearly doing everything to carry out the ethnic cleasning of Serbs in Kosovo."

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