Pristina and Belgrade reached an agreement on vehicle license plates late last night in Brussels, Radio and Television of Serbia (RTS) reported this morning.
As reported by the Kosovo media, in an agreement between the Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Besnik Bislimi, and the chief negotiator of Serbia, Petar Petković, Pristina accepted that the deadline for registration of license plates be postponed by ten months, RTS reported.
This agreement provides for the Serbs to return to their jobs in Kosovo’s institutions, except for the representatives of the Serbian List who were left without a mandate.
Also, the two sides agreed that the Community of Serbian Municipalities will be formed under the auspices of the French-German plan for Kosovo, Pristina-based media reported.
However, the Serbian government’s Office for Kosovo has refuted claims that an agreement has been reached, saying that that was outright disinformation and a case of spreading fake news so Pristina could try to shrug off its responsibility for the violation of all agreements signed so far.
(Danas, N1, 18.11.2022)
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