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Kosovo and Serbia do not reach an agreement on license plate reciprocity
Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Prill 2022
Kosovo's chief negotiator, Besnik Bislimi, said on April 21 that no agreement had been reached with the Serbian side on the issue of license plates.
"No, unfortunately I can not give good news. Our working group again tried yesterday to come up with a draft proposal that would be forwarded to us today for discussion. "Unfortunately, there is zero readiness on the part of the Serbian side to agree on a possible solution within the framework provided by the third point of the agreement of September 30", said Bislimi.
Bislimi also said that it is up to the heads of state how to proceed further, as the temporary agreement on license plates expires today.
"It is a political decision that the heads of state must make on how to move forward, but there will be no immediate action, everything will be well prepared and agreed with the international community. "Everything will be in function of establishing order", said Bislimi.
He added that Kosovo will treat freedom of movement in the same way as Serbia.
"Meanwhile, for the 'KM' signs which have been and continue to be illegal, an option will be offered on how to switch to normal license plates", said Bislimi.
Bislim's remarks come after he first met in Brussels with the European Union's Special Envoy for Dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, as today is the deadline to find a permanent solution to the issue of vehicle license plates.
Miroslav Lajcak has managed to persuade the parties to sit at the joint table. Petar Petkovi, from the Serbian side and Besnik Bislimi from the Kosovar side have not met together since last summer. Bislimi also said that in the meeting with the Serbian chief negotiator, Belgrade showed "that it does not want a solution".
"Even today, when we were confronted with the bitter fact that the Serbian side does not want a solution, we tried to find a transitional option, transferring the responsibility from the working group to the chief negotiators for a transitional period of 30 days, even here Serbia was not ready to cooperate. "So I can say that the license plate agreement or the idea of ??reaching a license plate agreement has ended without success", added Bislimi.
Meanwhile, the media in Serbia have reported that Kosovo and Serbia have agreed to exchange archival data. But Bislimi said the news was untrue.
"In no case was the topic of archives mentioned or touched upon, neither in a bilateral nor in a trilateral meeting," he said.