Saturday negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina to focus on freedom of movement

A new round of negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina, expected on Saturday, may result in agreements on greater freedom of movement between the two estranged countries.

The fifth round of Belgrade-Pristina talks is likely to result in closure of a chapter on freedom of movement between the two peoples.

“This is something that the two sides have been agreeing on lately,” Mihajlovic said.

Freedom of movement should mean that Kosovo nationals can enter Serbia using Kosovo IDs and passports. Serbian custom officers will not stamp Kosovo passports, however, as that would imply Serbia recognising Kosovo’s independence.

Borislav Stefanovic, chief of Serbia’s negotiation team, said: “Belgrade will not in any way recognise, nor confirm the independence of Kosovo.”

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