“You don’t know whether to laugh or cry”, “It’s not easy, but it’s important that it happened”, those sentences best represent the current state of dialogue.

The last round of the ten-year dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina this time ended in less than two hours. The unwritten rule of Brussels diplomacy was confirmed that the longer a meeting lasts, the greater the possibility for a positive outcome.

There is no outcome of today’s talks, except for the agreement that the leaders of Belgrade and Pristina will meet again before the end of July.

The EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak’s duty was to present the results of today’s dialogue. As an experienced diplomat, Lajcak summed it up in one generalized sentence that may or may not mean anything.

“What is important for the EU is that both leaders confirmed that there is no other way forward than through the normalization of relations between Serbia and Kosovo,” Lajcak said after the meeting.

What Miroslav Lajcak did not get into, apart from the statement that the talks were “open and direct” and that “it is good that they took place”, is the assessment of the diametrically opposite positions of the two sides when it comes to the mentioned “way forward” and “normalization of relations”.

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