The EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, said on Friday Brussels was working on organising a meeting of representatives of the two sides at the highest political level.

Lajcak, who is attending the Prespa Forum in Ohrid, North Macedonia, told TV21 he expected a “meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo* PM Albin Kurti to take place soon, before the summer holidays.”

He said work was now underway on implementation of past agreements aimed at solving current problems and shaping future relations between Belgrade and Pristina.

“Another thing we are working on is a resolution of current issues such as the licence plates problem, which caused a serious crisis in September. We want to ensure there are no tensions, which no one needs. The third and most important thing is the shaping of future relations between Serbia and Kosovo* and their normalisation,” Lajcak noted.