What is the roadmap for implementation of energy agreements? - Concrete obligations for both parties
Belgrade and Pristina chief negotiators Petar Petkovic and Besnik Bislimi agreed on a roadmap in Brussels today
The European External Action Service announced that main negotiators for Belgrade and Pristina, Petar Petkovic and Besnik Bislimi, agreed on a roadmap for implementation of energy agreements in Brussels today, which envisages "concrete obligations for both sides."
"With today's agreement, Elektrosever, a company owned by Serbia, established in Kosovo and according to Kosovo law, will start supplying electricity to consumers in four municipalities with a majority Serb population in the north. This opens the way to ending the non-transparent and unregulated practice thus far," said a written EU statement.
It is added that the EU asked the Secretariat of the Energy Community to monitor the technical implementation of the commercial arrangement between Elektrosever and the Kosovo energy distribution company - "KEDS".
The EU also said that the adoption of the road map is "a step forward in the normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia" to the benefit of all citizens, and the sides are called to make progress in all other unresolved issues regarding implementation.
The EU thanked Petar Petkovic and Besnik Bislimi for their commitment and responsible approach to the process that led to today's outcome.
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