EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue Miroslav Lajcak is set to visit Pristina on Monday again but Lajcak might pay a visit to Belgrade as well, according to Radio Free Europe.
Last week Lajcak talked about the Western Balkans and the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue with UK special envoy for the Western Balkans Stuart Peach, as well as German envoy in charge of the region Manuel Sarrazin.
Lajcak posted on his Twitter that he had discussed the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina with Sweden’s Foreign Minister Tobias Billstrom as well as Canada’s Assistant Deputy Minister for Europe Sandra McCardell.
EU’s diplomat had a working dinner in Pristina on January 25 with Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti and chief negotiator Besnik Bislimi.
Previously, on January 20, together with the representatives of the US, France, Germany and Italy, he was in Pristina and Belgrade for talks with Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic regarding the EU’s plan for Kosovo, RFE reported.
After the meeting in Pristina, Lajcak said that the five expected from Kurti a “greater understanding of the possibilities offered by the EU proposal for the normalisation of relations between Serbia and Kosovo,” while in Belgrade he said that Vucic showed a “responsible approach and willingness to make difficult decisions in the interest of peace and European perspectives of Serbia.”