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Perspectives of Technical Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina

/Perspectives of Technical Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina
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Kosovo Serbia Advocacy Policy Group (KSPAG) organizes the presentation of the publication “Perspectives of Technical Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina”, on Wednesday, 26 February 2020, in Media Center Belgrade, at 11.00.

The publication is a collection of articles on the benefits of agreements deriving from the technical dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, facilitated by the European Union. The articles highlight the impact of agreements on citizens’ lives as well as the achievements of technical dialogue in normalizing relations between the two parties.

The authors of articles, citizens and professionals from Serbia and Kosovo, bring their personal views and experiences on the positive results of a number of technical dialogue agreements. They also provide concrete recommendations for improving the implementation of these agreements and identify new areas that need to be addressed in the context of the ongoing efforts to normalize relations.

See the agenda of the event.