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Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Gusht 2022
Kosovo and Serbia are expected to resume talks at the end of August. Prime Minister Kurti and President Vuqiq, after the recent tensions in the north of Kosovo, have been invited to Brussels by the head of European diplomacy Borrel.
The head of diplomacy of the European Union, Josep Borrell, has announced that he has invited the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the President of Serbia, Aleksandër Vucic, for a meeting on August 18 in Brussels.
In this meeting, Borrell himself will be the mediator.
"I invited the President of Serbia, Aleksandër Vucic, and the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, on August 18 in Brussels, to discuss the way forward between Pristina and Belgrade," wrote Borrell.
On the other hand, the spokesperson of the EU, Peter Stano, said that the institutions of the EU, as well as the member states, are observing "with concern" the events in Kosovo.
"Any uncoordinated and unilateral action that threatens stability and jeopardizes freedom of movement must be stopped," Stano said.
The situation in northern Kosovo escalated when groups of local Serbs set up road barricades and attacked the Kosovo police, following the Kosovo government's decision to impose reciprocity with Serbia on Serbian travel documents and car plates.
The situation calmed down after the government of Kosovo decided on the same day to postpone for a month the decision on reciprocity, at the request of the USA. The US Ambassador to Kosovo, Jeff Hovenier, wrote on Twitter that "the United States welcomes the decision of the leaders of Kosovo to temporarily suspend the implementation of reciprocity measures for license plates and travel documents", and that according to him "both the measures are fully in line with the Brussels agreements and were coordinated with the international community".