DIRECTOR of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Petar Petković, pointed out today that Priština, by announcing that it will introduce new measures against confectionery products from central Serbia, has shown that it is not interested in the normalization of relations.
In a post on Twitter, Petkovic pointed out that Pristina was violating the CEFTA agreement and undermining the Brussels agreement.
– After Pristina’s refusal to participate in the constructive dialogue in Brussels, there are new unilateral moves by Albin Krti, whose associates are announcing a new blockade for Serbian products. With this, they are violating the CEFTA agreement, undermining the Brussels agreement and showing that they are not interested in normalization – Petković wrote.
The director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija stated that, while Belgrade is in favor of the “Open Balkans” initiative, Pristina is setting new barriers and blockades, and that this is “their real face”.
Earlier today, the Minister of Industry, Entrepreneurship and Trade in the Government of the Provisional Institutions of Pristina, Rozeta Hajdari, announced the possibility of introducing measures against confectionery products from central Serbia, due to “protection of local producers from imports”.
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