Brussels blames the Government for “acting unilaterally” and the Serbs for blocking the roads
After the developments in the north of Kosovo, the European Union has called for calm. Brussels reprimanded the Government for “acting unilaterally” but also the Serbs who blocked the roads.
“All involved must remain calm and any uncoordinated and unilateral action that endangers stability and security on the ground and hinders the freedom of movement of all citizens must be stopped immediately,” the EU statement said.
According to Brussels, the only way to resolve disputes is dialogue and talks, so it confirmed that they have invited the two sides – Kosovo and Serbia – to meet in Brussels “to discuss the way forward”.
“Following Kosovo’s acceptance of the request of Joseph Borrell and the US to postpone the planned measures regarding license plates and identity cards, provided that all barriers are removed, the EU invited both parties to meet in Brussels to to discuss the way forward”, announces the EU.
The EU says that the focus should return to the comprehensive normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia.
“All open issues must be addressed through dialogue mediated by the EU. The focus should return to the comprehensive normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia, which is essential for their respective paths of European integration”, the EU announcement states.