The EU Special Representative for Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Miroslav Lajčák said that Brussels expects a “far-reaching decision” from Serbian President Aleksandar Vućić on the Kosovo issue, but that the Serbian president rightly wonders whether the EU offers a European perspective in return, FoNet reports.
“The most difficult part was to restart the dialogue at all,” Lajčák told the Austrian Wiener Zeitung, and reiterated that the goal was a binding comprehensive agreement, Deutsche Welle reports.
“We already have a text proposal on exiled and missing persons, as well as on economic cooperation. But here, too, the principle applies that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. We are currently discussing very complex topics, including financial claims and property rights, “Lajčák said.