EULEX: Cooperation with Serbia important

EULEX chief Yves de Kermabon says he believes cooperation with Belgrade, “even if minimal”, is necessary. This, the head of the EU mission in Kosovo told AFP, concerns solving “cross-border issues”.

Kermabon also stated that people, drug, oil and cigarette trafficking activities have intensified, “especially in northern Kosovo, which is majority Serb-inhabited”.

He also reminded that on September 11, EULEX and Belgrade signed a cooperation protocol.

“If we wish to see progress in northern Kosovo, this has to be done in coordination with Serbian authorities,” Kermabon was quoted as saying.

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