Kosovo's President, Vjosa Osmani, has said the European Union should not demand from Kosovo to implement measures that were not explicitly outlined in the agreement between Kosovo and Serbia.
Amid frequent pledges for more transparency in the dialogue with Serbia, heads of the Kosovo negotiating team have travelled to Brussels without notice to the public.
Kosovo politicians criticized EU spokesperson Maja Kocijancic on Tuesday following her proposal to include the ownership of the Trepca mine in the North of Kosovo in the EU-mediated dialogue.
A letter by EU officials addressed to Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj requested the revocation of the increased import tariff against Serbian products, offering certain changes within CEFTA.
An extraordinary session initiated by the opposition Social Democratic Party of Kosovo, PSD, approved the resolution with 59 votes in favour and 2 abstentions at the Kosovo Assembly on Saturday.