Belgrade-Priština dialogue will continue, says Serbian head negotiator

Belgrade negotiating team head Borislav Stefanović said late Wednesday the dialogue between Belgrade and Priština would not stop.

He added, however, that it was unlikely the next round of talks would be held on September 28.

“The talks will not stop, but considering the current situation, it is hard to imagine the next round will be held September 28 as planned,” Stefanović told reporters after the presentation of James Ker-Lindsay’s book “Kosovo: The Path to Contested Statehood in the Balkans.”

Describing the situation in Kosovo as a stalemate, the team chief said Serbia was committed to talks and not use of force, but that Priština had often been encouraged to make unilateral moves, harming the dialogue and sending a message unilateral moves were welcome.

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