Serbia and Kosovo make progress in EU-facilitated talks
Serbia's negotiator with Kosovo, Borislav Stefanovic, said Friday that two sides reached an agreement in Brussels on two issues, including the dispute that has led to a trade row and violence in the former province, Serbian media said.
Stefanovic said a deal was made on the seal of Kosovo customs authority that Serbia will recognize and open its doors to trade, the Beta news agency reported in Belgrade, DPA reported.
Stefanovic also announced a deal on the less contentious issue of cadastre registries.
The talks, which have been facilitated by the European Union since March, broke off in July after five rounds, when Belgrade refused to accept a Kosovo customs seal.