Brussels accuses Kosovo premier of stopping Serbian car plate plan

(MENAFN) Brussels put accusations on Kosovo’s premier of scuppering discussions to solve a row around a plan to put something in place of Serbian number plates, as stated on Tuesday he had postponed the scheme for two days.

The conflict started following Kosovo statement that the nation’s ethnic Serbs would be punished if they did not change their vehicles license plates issued by Serbia for other license numbers released by Pristina.

The original source of dispute is Kosovo’s announcement of independence which happened 14 years ago (2008) from Serbia. The latter does not identify the move and has motivated Kosovo’s Serb minority to stay devoted to Belgrade.

Kosovar Premier Albin Kurti published on Twitter previously on Tuesday that he had agreed on a demand from Washington “for a 48-hour postponement of the introduction of fines” for vehicles with Serbian plates.

The postpone managed to ease the pressures in northern Kosovo, a day following EU-mediated discussions among Belgrade and Pristina around the possibility of explosive plan that was unsuccessful to generate any outcomes.



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