Serbia and Kosovo agree on entry documents

EU Diplomacy Chief Josep Borrel: Kosovo and Serbia have agreed on entry documents. Representatives of Serbia and the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo were able to coordinate movement across the border.

This was stated by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrel, his words are quoted by TASS.

The head of the EU’s European Diplomacy noted that the parties managed to agree on entry documents within the framework of a dialogue held with the assistance of Brussels. “Serbia has agreed to cancel entry and exit documents for holders of Kosovo identity cards, and Kosovo has agreed not to introduce them for holders of Serbian identity cards,” Borrel said, stressing that he had received the necessary guarantees from the Prime Minister of the self—proclaimed Kosovo Albin Kurti.

At the same time, he congratulated the parties on the fact that they managed to settle this issue.

Earlier, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that he keeps in his safe seven currently unpublished official diplomatic notes on the withdrawal of recognition of the independence of the self-proclaimed Kosovo.

The Head of State noted that the number of such documents has increased from four to seven. He added that the publication of the documents will follow when Pristina tries to submit new applications for membership in international organizations.