Radio Free Europe reported on Tuesday that officials from Belgrade and Pristina are scheduled to meet in Brussels on Thursday for the next round of their expert meetings.
RFE quoted unnamed sources who said that delegation heads Marko Djuric and Skender Hiseni will be in Brussels on Wednesday in preparation for their second meeting the next day.
There was no confirmation of the meeting from the cabinet of European Union special envoy for Kosovo Miroslav Lajcak. Djuric and Hiseni first met in Brussels on July 23 to discuss missing persons. The next top level political meeting is due to be held early in September.
Belgrade and Pristina continued their dialogue to normalize relations with a meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti earlier this month following a break of 20 months.