Some EU member states have asked the bloc to impose punitive measures against Serbia, but that has not happened yet, as the EU is waiting for the end of investigations to prove Belgrade’s direct involvement in the attacks on Kosovo police, “Koha” reported. .
At the meeting of EU representatives in the Political and Security Committee, which took place on 26 September, the situation in Kosovo was discussed and the special envoy for the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Miroslav Lajcak, as well as representatives of EULEX, reported there. and representatives of the EU external service.
“Now we have an important change in the situation after the terrorist attacks in Kosovo. It is important to us that the investigation is completed. And when we have clarity from the investigations about what happened, who is behind it and who is responsible, then we will make the right decisions,” Stano said.
During the discussions on Kosovo in the Committee on Politics and Security, the representatives of the member states also expressed their support for the work of the EU special envoy Miroslav Lajcak and asked the parties to return to the dialogue and fulfill the obligations of the concluded agreements.