Serbian Ministry for Kosovo State Secretary Oliver Ivanović said Wednesday that the Serbian government was willing to accept a joint customs form.
He pointed out, however, that Serbia would never accept a “Kosovo” customs stamp.
“Serbia would not like duties to be collected at administrative crossings,” he said, pointing out that Belgrade wanted the implementation of the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA).
Ivanović pointed out he could not imagine a model according to which Kosovo Serbs would be linked by 80 percent to the government structures in Belgrade and by 20 percent to those in Priština.
“We are ready to take part in the elections in Kosovo and to be represented in its parliament, but we want our own identity cards, Serbian registration plates, and to maintain our Serbian passports,” Ivanović said.