Kurti postpones decision on charging fines for Serbian vehicle number plates

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti has said that he agreed to a request from the US ambassador in Pristina to postpone the decision to fine drivers with Serbian-issued license plates for 48 hours.

Kurti said in a Twitter post that he would work with the US and European Union to find a solution to the vehicle license plate issue over the next two days.

“I accept his (Ambassador Jeff Hovenier’s) request for a 48-hour postponement on imposition of fines for illegal ‘KM’ (and other) car plates. I am happy to work with the US and the EU to find a solution during the next two days,” Kurti wrote.

In an earlier Twitter post, Ambassador Hovenier expressed US concern over the failure of Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to reach an agreement during their meetings with EU officials in Brussels.

“We have asked the government of Kosovo to postpone for 48 hours the imposition of fines to allow the EU and US to further engage the parties to find a solution,” the ambassador said in a statement posted on his Twitter profile.

(021.rs, 22.11.2022)

https://www.021.rs/story/Info/Srbija/323508/Pristina-na-dva-dana-odlozila-kaznjavanje-vozaca-sa-srpskim-tablicama.html

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