Belgrade, Pristina reach no deal

Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic said that the 17 hours of EU-facilitated dialogue talks with Pristina delegation, ended no deal.

Belgrade, Pristina reach no deal

World Bulletin / News Desk 

A new round of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina ended without agreement after 17 hours of talks.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic told journalists after the talks that the two delegations reached no agreement on any of the four issues they discussed. "Unfortunately, we reached no agreement on any of the issues," he said.

According to Tanjug news, Vucic said that the two delegations were very close to making an agreement on the future community of Serb municipalities (ZSO). The Pristina delegation did not want to accept those powers for the ZSO.

Vucic added that they have managed to preserve the assets of Telekom (Srbija) and they agreed that dialing codes to central Serbia will not be charged as international.

He remarks his fear about the Pristina delegation came not to sign any deal, adding that the Belgrade delegation negotiated in good faith and was ready to conclude agreements.

Vucic said he does not know when the next round of the EU-facilitated dialogue will take place.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 30 Haziran 2015, 16:15