Borrell announced agreements between Belgrade and Pristina

Belgrade and Pristina reached certain agreements on further normalization of relations. This was stated by the head of EU diplomacy Josep Borrell following the talks in Ohrid (North Macedonia).

The chief European diplomat noted that the talks lasted 12 hours and concerned practical steps to implement the normalization agreement. The parties discussed "what should be done, how, when and who will do it."

I can announce that Kosovo and Serbia have agreed to implement an agreement on a path to normalize relations

Borrell said.

It should be noted that Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and the Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Kosovo Albin Kurti, with the participation of the aforementioned Borrell and the special representative for dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, a well-known Slovak policy and diplomat Miroslav Lajcak (former OSCE Chairman, former UN High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina and EU Special Representative, served as Chairman of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, was the Slovak Ambassador to Yugoslavia, to the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, as well as to Albania and Macedonia), were held on March 18. The topic of discussion was the plan for the implementation of the European-American proposal for a settlement in Kosovo.

In turn, Vucic addressed the citizens of Serbia from Ohrid, informing them about the work done and the prospects.

I haven't signed anything even today. I made it clear what our red lines are. We have made good progress in a constructive atmosphere. It wasn't D-Day, but it was a normal day. Tomorrow I will present to the citizens each item and what awaits us. From Monday and Tuesday, I will be ready to receive all representatives of parliamentary groups for consultations. In the coming months, serious and difficult work awaits us. If we want to persevere along the European path, this will be judged by the implementation of what I told you about tonight. Here's the gist in a nutshell. We had a decent conversation, despite numerous disagreements

Vucic explained.
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