Monday, October 28, 2013

Belgrade, Pristina delegations in Brussels on Wednesday

10/28/2013 11:24:00 AM

BELGRADE - A delegation from Serbia will try once again in Brussels on Wednesday to reach an agreement with Pristina on all the issues related to the coming local elections in Kosovo, and the Serbian delegation will be led by presidential adviser Marko Djuric. "Disputes are still ongoing regarding the look of the ballots, lists of voters that have not been "cleaned," 

Serb participation in the work of the Central Election Commission and ban on visits to Kosovo by Serbian officials, according to the daily Vecernje Novosti. Djuric described as a provocation Pristina's threat to arrest Serbia's Minister Without Portfolio in charge of Kosovo Aleksandar Vulin if he tries to enter Kosovo, adding that the goal was to get the Serbs to decide not to vote. Pristina is trying to incite a boycott of the elections in every way possible, and the arrest of Citizen Initiative Srpska's candidate in the municipality of Klokot, and head of municipality of Vitina are intended to scare the Serbs, Vulin told the paper.

 Belgrade expects the agreement on the freedom of movement to be followed and for Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Vulin to be allowed to visit Kosovo on October 31. Kosovo's Interior Minister Bajram Redzepi said on Sunday no one had denied Vucic entry to Kosovo, but that Vulin knew what was expecting him if he entered Kosovo.
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