The EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell confirmed our reporting today.
“We have a deal,” Borrell announced. “Under the EU-facilitated Dialogue, Serbia agreed to abolish entry/exit documents for Kosovo ID holders, and Kosovo agreed to not introduce them for Serbian ID holders.”
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Kosovo Serbs, as well as all other citizens, said Borrell “will be able to travel freely between Kosovo and Serbia using their ID cards. The EU just received guarantees from PM Kurti to this end.”
As the sources told The Pavlovic Today, a “partial solution” on IDs may reduce the existing tensions for a few weeks but is still far from the comprehensive solution everyone hopes for.
“Kurti, without any doubt, will move forward with the pre-registration of the license plates on September 1, 2022, but if he does not place the ban on the ‘KM’ license plates until October, there is a 60 days window for a license plates solution to be found,” a source familiar with PM Kurti’s thinking told The Pavlovic Today.
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