Kosovo PM Albin Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic made no known progress in their second meeting with each accusing the other of unwillingness to make any compromise.
Trade Minister Rozeta Hajdari has told BIRN that the Kosovo Government is determined to revive so-called reciprocity measures against Serbia in order to fulfil Vetevendosje's election campaign promise.
The dialogue has resumed this summer but recent events have shown that there is one idea that needs to be left in the past – an exchange of territories between Kosovo and Serbia.
Kosovo’s new administration has recently sent signals that it is more uncompromising than its predecessors in its interactions with Serbia, but will this assertive approach work in Brussels?
The EU and the US are back on the same team, but is it enough to save the dialogue from its flaws and deliver a final agreement?