The High Representative of the European Union, Josep Borrell warned that Kosovo and Serbia should urgently continue the dialogue to find a solution before November 21, the date when fines will begin in the north for those who do not have vehicles with RKS license plates.
Borrell gave the warning after the meeting with the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the EU member states in Brussels, writes Euronews Serbia.
Borell said that this is the biggest crisis since 2013, as he added that the situation is really dramatic and that a solution must be found.
“We must not reach this date without an agreement, otherwise we will be on the verge of a dangerous situation. You know that the withdrawal of Serbs from the institutions, the abandonment of the police and the courts, has created a vacuum in the north of Kosovo. In that vacuum, the worst can happen. “Both parties should show more flexibility,” he stressed.
According to him, the Western Balkans remains the geo-strategic partner of the EU and that its future is in Europe.
Tonight, the chief negotiator of Kosovo, also the deputy prime minister Besnik Bislimi, will arrive in Brussels, while tomorrow he will meet with Josep Borrell.