Borrell announced an agreement reached between Serbia and Kosovo

Serbia will cancel the issuance of temporary documents for residents of Kosovo, and Pristina will not introduce a similar measure for Serbs, said Josep Borrell /756616199580927.jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” > < source srcset=" 320w" media="(max-width: 320px)" >

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Serbia and Kosovo have reached an agreement on the issue of entry and exit documents for their citizens, EU diplomat Josep Borrell said on Twitter.

“As part of the dialogue with the participation of the EU, Serbia agreed to cancel the entry/exit documents for holders of Kosovo ID-cards, and Kosovo agreed not to introduce them for holders of Serbian ID-cards,” — wrote Borrell.

He emphasized that Kosovo Serbs, like other citizens, will now be able to move freely between the country and the partially recognized republic using an ID card (similar to an internal passport).

According to Borrell, the EU has just received appropriate guarantees from Kosovo's Prime Minister Albin Kurti.

Serbia and Kosovo were close to an agreement earlier on Saturday, after Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced that Belgrade was ready to agree to Kosovo's demands. At the same time, he stressed that this would not be a recognition of Kosovo's independence.

Vučić also stated. that Serbia expects EU guarantees that Kosovo Serbs will be able to freely enter and exit using Serbian documents.

Read on RBC Pro Pro How Amazon and Walmart are struggling with falling consumer demand Articles Pro Replacing the dollar: what awaits digital currencies and why e-CNY is still ahead » rose by 82% from the low. Understanding why Forecasts Pro In the pursuit of happiness: why strong motivation leads to failure Research Pro Selling commercial property in Russia from abroad: what are the difficulties Instructions Pro Russians began to make a career faster. Why it's dangerous for companies Articles Pro A $1 billion utopia: what you need to know about WeWork's founder's new startup According to the plan, from August 1, Serbs were supposed to receive temporary documents when entering Kosovo. Pristina stated that it— a response to the actions of Belgrade, which does not recognize documents issued in Kosovo.

The Kosovo authorities have postponed the ban until September 1st. On August 26, Kurti stated that the time had come for an agreement to be reached. “We must come to an agreement— the time has come [to do this] while our government's mandate is in place. <…> This autumn is decisive in order to understand whether we should be optimistic,— he claimed.

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