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Stefanovic announces visit to Pristina before 4th round of Belgrade-Pristina talks

05. May 2011. | 07:17

Source: Tanjug

Head of the Belgrade team for the talks with Pristina Borislav Stefanovic has said he intends to visit Pristina mid-May, ahead of the 4th round of the negotiations.

Head of the Belgrade team for the talks with Pristina Borislav Stefanovic has said he intends to visit Pristina mid-May, ahead of the 4th round of the negotiations.

He told the Danas daily from Belgrade that he wanted to go to Pristina to meet with members of the other team and explain to the Kosovo Albanians the Belgrade view of the whole situation. He also wishes to visit Serb communities in Kosovo.

According to Stefanovic, the next round should bring closure to the topics in which the two sides were able to reach a compromise, namely the general register and cadastre. Telecommunications, customs seals and electrical power have been the most difficult issues so far.

The two sides have agreed to ask the EU for a proposal that might bring their positions closer together, Stefanovic stated. He claims he was not testing the ground when he mentioned a division of Kosovo recently.

"I understand the anxiety that has come up in Pristina because of the statement, although they are well aware that there are different options for a long-term solution to the Kosovo issue. We are not lawyers and we do not advocate any of the options. We are not talking about a division, I merely said that we are willing to discuss anything," Stefanovic explained.


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