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Miščević: No indication of objections over lack of dialogue

Tanja Miščevič; Photo: Tanjug

BELGRADE – Serbia’s chief EU negotiator Tanja Miščević said Thursday there was no indication that EU member states could object to Serbia over the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Tanjug reports.
“Hopefully, nothing can hold us back at this time when it comes to evaluation and assessment of our progress on Chapter 35 (in the EU accession talks) as Serbia is not the one that has halted the dialogue,” Miščević told reporters in Belgrade.

She also said she was reminding the EU member states of the Kosovo assembly’s resolution that had stopped the dialogue, and added that, on a daily basis, Serbia was expressing a readiness to continue the dialogue.

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