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Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Mars 2023
The special envoy of the European Union for the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Miroslav Laçak, declared that the next step in the Prishtina-Belgrade dialogue will be the invitation of the chief negotiators to Brussels.
Lajcak said that the issue of implementing the annex to the agreement basically now falls to the level of the main negotiators.
“Leaders agree on a strategic way forward and chief negotiators discuss the details of implementation of what the leaders have agreed upon. You know that last year and the year before we had many meetings at the level of chief negotiators. This has led to some criticism that the process has been reduced to a technical process, which is not true, the process actually takes place on both levels, so it is very logical that now, to discuss how to implement what was dropped agreed in Brussels in February. 27 and in Ohrid on March 18, this requires two main negotiators and experts to discuss all this", Lajçak emphasized.
He added that whenever there is a need for a high-level meeting, the meeting will be held.
"Both President Vucic and Prime Minister Kurti show that they are ready to meet and discuss things in the future. But let's keep the leaders discussing political issues and the main negotiators discussing practical issues", underlined Lajcak.