EU: That's the first step

EU welcomes the announcement of Prime Minister of Interim Pristina institutions Albin Kurti that Kosovo partially abolishes taxes on goods from Serbia and BiH

Source: Tanjug
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  1. (Aleksa, 29 February 2020 05:44)

    Love these Albos who masquerade as Serbs. When did Serbia stop all efforts to withdraw recognition of your Kosova? Only yesterday Vucic announced in front of the White House of more withdrawals.
    Stop worrying about Serbs and worry about your Albos in Kosova who live a bare existence.
    (sj, 3 March 2020 03:43)

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  2. Letís look how these taxes are "hurting" Serbia. The Macedonians buy flour from Serbia at a cheap price, but sell their wheat to Kosova Albos charging 20% more than if the Albos bought from Belgrade. Brilliant strategy. I remember how the Albos counter argued on this site that tariffs were paid by Belgrade and not by their brethren, that is until reality set in.
    When will talks recommence? The first is all tariffs have to be lifted and then all the parts of the Brussels Agreement implemented.
    As I said around and around it goes with no end in sight. The west has no interest in settling this nor does Serbia. So, who gets the rough end of the pineapple? Yes, you guessed it, the Albos.
    (sj, 2 March 2020 08:13)

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  3. Do not we Serbs understand we have been beaten in our own game. The Albanians have accomplished what they set out to do, namely, they forced Serbia to stop all efforts to withdraw recognitions of Kosovo as an independent country. After all the Serbian money spent by Dacic to de-recognize the State of Kosova, where the money wasted could have been used to help the elderly and poor of Serbia live a dignified life they all deserve.
    (Aleksa, 29 February 2020 05:44)

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