It has been confirmed that the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic, will meet on August 18 in Brussels.

Those familiar with the political situation say that this meeting is symbolic and they do not expect new developments.

The great tensions in the north of the country, caused on the last day of July, produced an important event that is expected to happen on August 18.

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, will meet in Brussels.

This time too, the meeting will take place with the mediation of the European Union.

Meanwhile, the agenda of the meeting is still not public.

However, amid these recently created tensions, Professor Abit Hoxha does not expect any concrete results.

According to analyst Abit Hoxha, this meeting will be the same as the other meetings.

"Unfortunately, this meeting will be like other meetings.

Vučić and Kurti are not interested in drowning the golden duck they made, in the sense of generating debate and generating topics that the public of Kosovo, respectively that of Serbia, deals with on a daily basis," he said. .

Meanwhile, Belgzim Kamberi has other expectations from this meeting.

He says that this meeting, in addition to being symbolic, can also be a meeting that normalizes the implementation of long-standing agreements.

"This meeting has the first symbolic meaning.

I mean

in the sense of the public perception that the dialogue is flowing normally and on the other hand it is perhaps an opportunity to normalize the process of implementing the preliminary agreements, especially for the agreement on license plates and travel documents", he stated.

The last time Kurti and Vučić met on May 5 at an informal dinner, with the mediation of the special envoy of the European Union (EU) for the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Miroslav Lajčak, who had previously met separately with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz./ Dukagjini/