NewsEuropeBorrell welcomes the "common sense" agreement between Serbia and Kosovo and will work to "normalize" relations

Borrell welcomes the “common sense” agreement between Serbia and Kosovo and will work to “normalize” relations

The High Representative of the EU for Common Foreign and Security Policy, Josep Borrell – -/EU Council/dpa

The High Representative for Foreign Policy of the EU, Josep Borrell, has celebrated that the authorities of Serbia and Kosovo have “reconsidered” and agreed on a “common sense” solution to the dispute over license plates, in such a way that they can now focus ” where it really matters.”

For Borrell, this debate has hampered the work for the “normalization” of relations between Belgrade and Pristina, which he hopes to relaunch “in the next few days” with a new meeting in Brussels with delegates from both parties.

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The head of European diplomacy, who appeared before the media on the occasion of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) meeting, recalled that the EU acts as a “facilitator” in this dialogue, in which it has been “fighting” since August, when tensions in the area soared.

The agreement finally did not arrive until late Wednesday and implies, for Belgrade, to stop issuing license plates with the names of Kosovar cities and, for Pristina, not to apply a rule that would imply a new registration of vehicles that are already in circulation.

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Borrell has warned that this agreement “avoids a new crisis that could have generated violence.”

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