The Kosovar government has rejected and described as “unofficial” the planned agreement negotiated with the European Union to resolve the ongoing dispute with Belgrade over the status of Serbs in Northern Kosovo, which was published on March 14 by the Serbian daily Blic.
The Serbian Prime Minister, Ivica Dačić, has also denied the existence of an agreement, while representatives of the European Commission in Pristina, questioned by weekly Koha Ditore, refused to comment on the news.
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