Serbian Deputy PM Djelic: new requirements on Kosovo not imposed

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic says the EU will not impose any additional requirements for Serbia regarding Kosovo. The bloc will not require that the country reach “any particular outcome” in the forthcoming Belgrade-Pristina negotiations, Djelic said.

“No additional requirements will be set down regarding Kosovo, and also no concrete results imposed,” Djelic said on Thursday.

His comments came several days after the European Parliament rapporteur for Kosovo, Ulrike Lunacek, said that Serbia “must recognise Kosovo” before it joins the EU.

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