BRUSSELS—The European Union has established a Joint Monitoring Committee, together with Kosovo and Serbia, to oversee the implementation of the Agreement on the path to normalization between Serbia and Kosovo, and its implementation annex.
The Joint Monitoring Committee will meet regularly in Brussels and will be chaired by Miroslav Lajcak, the EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue and other Western Balkan regional issues. Agron Bajrami, Kosovo’s ambassador in Brussels will represent Kosovo, and Chief Negotiator Petar Petkovic will represent Serbia.
The terms of reference for the committee are expected to be finalized and adopted during its first meeting, which is scheduled to take place after the next high-level meeting in Brussels on May 2.
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Serbian Ambassador to the US, Marko Djuric, has strongly responded to the violent events that occurred on Monday in northern Kosovo. In a statement, Djuric held Kosovo’s PM Albin Kurti personally accountable for the bloodshed, stating, “Albin Kurti is personally responsible for human blood spilled today in the north of Kosovo.” Djuric further emphasized the…