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Serbia seeks Romania’s help for a ‘compromise’ deal with Kosovo

08 March 2018


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Bucharest, dtt-net.com – Serbia today asked Romania – the country which in 2019 takes 6-months rotating presidency of the EU – to help Belgrade on finding an ‘an compromise solution’ with Kosovo, as the EU is insisting for a ‘legally binding agreement” between the two sides, in order to make progress on European bloc membership path.


 


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