The European Parliament next week discusses the Kosovo-Serbia tensions
This Tuesday, the European Parliament has announced that it can discuss the attack recorded on Sunday, September 24, in the north of Kosovo, where the officer, Afrim Bunjaku, was killed. This was announced through an official announcement from the European Parliament.
The Assembly will debate the latest developments in Kosovo
After the latest deadly clashes in northern Kosovo, MEPs will discuss relations between Belgrade and Pristina with the Commission and the Council on Tuesday. This week, the High Representative condemned in the strongest terms the attack by an armed gang against Kosovo Police officers in northern Kosovo on September 24, which left one police officer and three Serb attackers dead. In two reports approved in May 2023, MEPs called on Serbia and Kosovo to engage in EU-facilitated dialogue and secure without delay a comprehensive, legally binding agreement to normalize relations between the two based on the principle of mutual recognition . Serbia has been a candidate country for the EU since 2012, and membership negotiations began in 2014.
Procedure: Statements of the Council and the Commission, without resolution
Debate: Tuesday, October 3