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Draft-conclusions for the north to be written. No UN seat for Kosovo during the dialogue. Krasniqi doesn’t leave PDK.
Kosovo Chief of delegation in technical talks with Serbia, Edita Tahiri, has travelled to Brussels ahead of a meeting she will hold with her Serbian counterpart, Dejan Pavicevic, the daily reports.
According to Tribuna, the heads of delegations are expected to harmonize draft-conclusions of the agreements which might be achieved on March 4 in the meeting between Kosovo Prime Minister, Hashim Thaci, and the Serbian head of government, Ivica Dacic.
The current dialogue won’t provide a seat for Kosovo at the UN, nor will it lead to the normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia as this process will continue for years, Koha Ditore writes.
The Kosovo daily underlines the current dialogue is planned to be finalized soon.
Former general secretary of the Kosovo Democratic Party, Jakup Krasniqi, has removed dilemmas whether he will drop out of the party led by Hashim Thaci. But, according to the paper, Krasniqi has not ruled out the possibility to form a new party.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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