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Belgrade-Pristina talks in Brussels will continue on Tuesday

22. November 2011. | 07:16

Source: Tanjug

The Belgrade-Pristina talks in Brussels within the new round of technical dialogue are finished for Monday, and will continue on Tuesday.

The Belgrade-Pristina talks in Brussels within the new round of technical dialogue are finished for Monday, and will continue on Tuesday.

Belgrade and Pristina negotiation teams yesterday discussed the issue of university degrees, Tanjug learned from a European Commission official who attended the talks.

A new round of the Belgrade-Pristina technical dialogue started in Brussels on Monday, after a nearly three-month break.

Prior to the talks, head of the Belgrade team Borislav Stefanovic stated he believes that, during this round of talks, agreements will be reached on university degrees, Kosovo's participation in regional forums, and administrative crossings.


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