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Hahn: Structure of Belgrade-Priština dialogue will not change

Johannes Hahn; Photo: European Union

BELGRADE – The structure of the Belgrade-Priština dialogue will not change as any changes would only make the process more complicated, EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn told a press conference after meeting with Serbian PM Ana Brnabić in Belgrade Friday.

Responding to a question whether Brussels was considering the option of including other states – such as the US or Germany – in the dialogue, Hahn said EU foreign policy and security chief Federica Mogherini was committed to accelerating the dialogue.

Expressing satisfaction with the fact a government is now in place in Pristina, Hahn said raising the dialogue to the presidential level was positive.

It is also very important to implement agreements, he said.

He expressed confidence there would soon be positive results – and not only new agreements – and that existing agreements would be implemented.

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