Friday, May 31, 2013

Two-level dialogue in Brussels on Thursday

5/29/2013 8:45:00 PM
 BRUSSELS - The teams in charge of the implementation of the Belgrade-Pristina agreement will meet in Brussels for the first time on Thursday, while expert dialogue on electricity and telecommunications in Kosovo-Metohija would be simultaneously conducted.

The Belgrade team will be headed by Head of the Serbian Office for Kosovo-Metohija Aleksandar Vulin, who at the same time holds office as Chair of the committee for implementation of the agreement signed in Brussels on April 19. In addition to Vulin, the team also comprises Justice Minister Nikola Selakovic, Secretary General of the Serbian government Veljko Odalovic and two high officials of the Interior Ministry, Assistant Minister Mladen Kuribak and Deputy Police Director Branislav Mitrovic.

 Simultaneously with talks between implementation teams in the building of the European Office for External Service in Brussels, a technical dialogue would be conducted as regards electricity and telecommunications. Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic stated in the European Parliament early on Wednesday that the Brussels agreement will be carried out completely and that the deadline for reaching an agreement on electricity and telecommunications expires in mid-June. Screanshoot video Tanjug

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