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Kocijančič: The final agreement between Serbia and Kosovo needs to be sustainable and realistic

Maja Kocijančič; Photo: European Union

BELGRADE – In the light of Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić’s statement that “the demarcation is Belgrade’s official proposal in the negotiations with Pristina”, European Commission Spokesperson Maja Kocijančič assessed for Tanjug that the final agreement needs to be “implementable, sustainable and realistic”.

“The work on a legally binding agreement on comprehensive normalisation that would lead to a lasting, implementable and sustainable solution for all open questions, based on mutual acceptance, in line with international and EU law and acceptable for all member states, is currently ongoing”, stated Kocijančič.

She repeated that the comprehensive, legally binding agreement on normalisation, which is covering all open issues, is “urgent and crucial” for the progress of Serbia and Kosovo on their EU paths, as well as peace and stability in the region.

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