17 June 2019
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Members of Kosovo government’s commission for the demarcation of the border with Serbia began collecting documentation that would reaffimr the border  with central Serbia, the Serbian National Television RTS reported. The chairman of the commission, Shpejtim Bulliqii, said he “sees no obstacles to the formation of a border line”. According to him, the commission began collecting necessary documentation at the request of Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj. He added it is, however, possible that Kosovo’s president Hasim Thaci and Serbia’s president Aleksandar Vučić could discuss a change in the border at their next meeting in Brussels. Kosovo analysts, however, caution that only Kosovo Assembly can make decisions regarding the country’s territory.

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