Serbia, EU make progress on Kosovo-related issues.

By bne IntelliNews September 24, 2010
Serbian President Boris Tadic and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton agreed on important elements of a planned Belgrade-Pristina dialogue during their meeting in New York, Tadic told Tanjug news agency. The negotiating teams will include mostly experts, and the EU will have its own team. On a related note, Ashton said that the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina should start as soon as possible. Earlier in the month, Serbia submitted to the UN a new resolution on Kosovo, which had been amended after consultations with the EU. The EU has offered to assist the talks between Belgrade and Pristina, to help both countries on their European integration path, Ashton said.

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