Leaders of missing persons associations have told Prishtina Insight that they feel excluded from the latest phase of the dialogue, and are not optimistic about the details of a draft agreement reached in Brussels revealed on Monday.
Expressing satisfaction with his meetings in Kosovo, the EU diplomat again pressed the government to respect all its obligations, including on the vexed issue of an Association of Serb-majority Municipalities.
Miroslav Lajcak has said that discussions over economic cooperation and missing and displaced persons have made “full progress” while negotiations on non-majority communities and disputed financial and property claims have now begun.
Israel is set to recognise Kosovo as part of an agreement for ‘economic normalisation’ with Serbia signed in Washington DC, while Kosovo has agreed not to seek membership to international organisations for one year.
Discussions between Avdullah Hoti and Aleksandar Vucic are set to continue at the White House on Friday, with an agreement addressing economic issues expected to be signed.