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EU working on resumption of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue

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BRUSSELS – The EU is working on a soonest possible resumption of the technical dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina as this is in the interest of both sides, diplomatic sources in Brussels have told Tanjug.

The EU has been maintaining constant contact with Belgrade and Pristina to ensure a resumption of meetings between technical teams, suspended on January 16 over the assassination of Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanović.

Both sides are still under the obligation to take part in the dialogue, which they have undertaken themselves, the sources said.

In response to a Tanjug comment that Serbian FM Ivica Dačić had announced the dialogue would be continued once information on the assassination was obtained or the case solved, the sources said the EU’s position was clear and unchanged and that the dialogue must be resumed as soon as possible.

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