The EU’s high representative, Josep Borrell, held fruitless talks on Monday with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and with Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti in Brussel, in a bid to resolve a long-running row over vehicle license plates.
Borrel said that since August “the dispute over license plates has worsened.”
“After many hours of discussion … the two parties did not agree to a solution,” Borrell said.
Proposal rejected by Kosovo
The EU’s top diplomat said that a proposal was put forward that could have avoided the current “risky situation” which President Vucic had accepted, but “unhappily, Prime Minister Kurti did not.”
Borrell said he would inform member states, foreign affairs ministers and partners “about the behaviour of the different parties and the lack of…