Another high-level meeting in Brussels, the first of this size, did not yield clear results, at least not for the public. Preconditions set by both Kosovo and Serbia were the primary cause of this impasse, according to EU.
During the third summit of the European Political Community held on Thursday in Granada, Spain, Kosovo's President, Vjosa Osmani, categorically denied any intention of meeting with Serbia's President, Aleksandar Vucic. She repeatedly stressed the need for the European Union to impose sanctions against Serbia.
From political instrumentalization to marginalization, the Serbian community in Kosovo struggles to shape its own political destiny. The influence of Serbia through groups of organized crime and the Serbian Orthodox Church mutes the political agency of local Serbs.