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Belgrade-Pristina talks could resume in November

24. October 2011. | 09:05

Source: Tanjug

Head of the Pristina team for the negotiations with Belgrade Edita Tahiri has said the talks could be resumed in Brussels during the second week of November.

Head of the Pristina team for the negotiations with Belgrade Edita Tahiri has said the talks could be resumed in Brussels during the second week of November.

The topics will include energy, telecommunications and regional cooperation, she told the Express daily, adding that the subsequent meetings will not have anything to do with events in northern Kosovo.

In the meantime, the experts connected with the implementation of the agreements on cadastres and freedom of movement have met in Brussels, the Kosovo government stated Saturday.

The experts agreed to begin the implementation of the cadastre agreement no later than November 20.

EU mediator for the talks Robert Cooper has resumed his tasks, to organize the November meeting and to prepare plans for the implementation of existing agreements, Tahiri pointed out.

The cadastre agreement requires the Serbian government to return the cadastres taken from Kosovo during the conflict 12 years ago, the Kosovo government stated.

The meeting of the freedom of movement work group did not result in any decisions on the implementation of the agreement, the Kosovo government says, confirming readiness to begin its implementation from November 1.


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