Friday, May 31, 2013

Belgrade-Pristina technical dialogue opens

5/30/2013 11:43:00 AM

BRUSSELS - The talks between Belgrade and Pristina started in Brussels on Thursday morning tabling the implementation of the agreement reached in April, electricity and telecommunications.

The members of the Belgrade team led by Head of the Serbian Office for Kosovo-Metohija Aleksandar Vulin, who is at the same time head of the committee for the implementation of the Brussels agreement, entered the building of the European Office for External Service somewhat before 11 a.m. shortly after the entrance of the Pristina delegation. Besides Vulin, the team also comprises Advisor of the Serbian President Marko Djuric, Justice Minister Nikola Selakovic, Secretary General of the Serbian government Veljko Odalovic, Head of the Technical Team Dejan Pavicevic and two high officials of the Interior Ministry, Assistant Minister Mladen Kuribak and Deputy Police Director Branislav Mitrovic. Simultaneously with talks between the implementation teams in the building of the European Office for External Service in Brussels, a technical dialogue would be conducted as regards to electricity and telecommunications

. The talks started with a bilateral meeting between Director for Western Balkans in the European External Action Service (EEAS) Fernando Gentilini and members of both teams, and the two delegations are also expected to hold direct talks during the day. Photo Tanjug, D.Pavlovic

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