Spain wants involvement in Belgrade-Pristina dialogue: paper
Belgrade, 6 June 2018 (MIA) - Spain and some of the Visegrad Group states voiced their dissatisfaction because they have not been involved in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, reads Belgrade daily "Blic".
According to the paper, they told a meeting of the European External Action Service the negotiating process is not transparent, having the impression of secrecy and hastiness in reaching an agreement for normalization of relations between Serbia and Kosovo.
"Spain is getting nervous, the same as several other countries that have not recognized Kosovo. They told the meeting that everything Brussels is doing regarding the dialogue lacks transparency and that no one has consulted them over the issue," a source from the EU told Blic.
Radio Free Europe has reported that some Union members have reacted to the reports from the dialogue they receive from the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, which they claim are "superficial, with a positive note and the assessment that both sides are committed to a comprehensive agreement.