EU and Serbia finally reach agreement

Published on 9 September 2010 at 10:07


Politika reports that “Serbia and the EU will jointly propose a draft resolution” to the United Nations. The text, which calls for dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo, replaces a previous draft resolution that Belgrade intended to present at today’s General Assembly meeting which directly challenged the independence of the breakaway province. According to the Serbian daily, “the resolution signed by Catherine Ashton and Serbian President Boris Tadic “marks the emergence of a partnership between Belgrade and the EU.” Although five members of the EU have yet to recognize the independence of Kosovo, all of Europe’s 27 member states will support the text to be presented in New York.

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