An agreement on the de-escalation of the situation in northern Kosovo has already been reached, the Albanian Post writes, adding that the involved parties will come out with the details on Friday, November 18.
According to this Albanian media outlet, Kosovo has agreed to postpone the deadline for the re-registration of vehicles, reports Sputnik.
The EU’s high representative for foreign policy, Josep Borrell, said that finding a solution to the car number plate issue before November 21 had no alternative.
Modalities are currently being sought so that Serbs from Kosovo can return to their jobs in the Kosovo state institutions, which they had left in a demonstrative manner, after they did not agree with the decision on car number plates, reports Kosovo Online.
“It will be difficult to find solutions for those who left their jobs, such as deputies and mayors of four municipalities in the north, but not so difficult for the administration, the police, and the judiciary,” the article states.
The Kosovo Central Election Commission has decided to replace ten deputies of the Serbian Electoral List who resigned from their positions. As of November 5th, North Mitrovica, Leposavić, Zvečani and Zubin Potok have no mayor or municipal president.
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