The European Union denied on Tuesday some media reports that Belgrade – Pristina dialogue on the normalisation of relations could resume in Brussels on June 25, adding the delegations would have separate meetings, N1 reported.
Peter Stano, an EU spokesperson, said the dialogue should continue in July.
“The exact date is still being discussed. Both sides agreed to resume the talks, so the date or time framework should be decided on,” he added.
Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic and his counterpart from Kosovo Hashim Thaci are due to Washington for a meeting at the White House.
The meeting was organised by the US President Donald Trump’s special envoy Richard Grenell, and some American media reported Trump could also attend the talks.