Belgrade chief negotiator: crisis in north Kosovo is over

Belgrade team head Borislav Stefanović has stated that the crisis in north Kosovo is over.

He stressed that it was unacceptable to allow Priština to establish its institutions in the north, or to have the state of Serbia ousted from Kosovo.

“The crisis is over, and we are about to enter the dialogue in Brussels. We believe that we will be able to resolve the problem of customs seals, although this issue is not connected to the issue of administrative crossings. This is our red line. We cannot allow Priština to establish its institutions in the north, or to have the state of Serbia ousted from Kosovo and Metohija,” he said.

The team chief said that the unity of the Serb municipalities in north Kosovo was necessary and that it was not good that the session of the municipal assemblies was suspended but added that this should not be overdramatized since the agreement with KFOR would be implemented.

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