We expect concrete solutions, Djuric says after Berlin meeting

The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, on Monday said after a meeting with US special presidential envoy Richard Grenell on reintroducing a Belgrade-Pristina rail line that he was hoping to see concrete solutions in the period to come.

27 Jan 2020 17:07

BERLIN - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, on Monday said after a meeting with US special presidential envoy Richard Grenell on reintroducing a Belgrade-Pristina rail line that he was hoping to see concrete solutions in the period to come.

"We had a meeting with Ambassador Grenell on renewing rail traffic between central Serbia and Kosovo-Metohija, and I hope we will reach concrete solutions in the period to come that will facilitate the movement of people and goods and benefit the economy and the citizens," Djuric told Tanjug.

Djuric, who led the Serbian delegation at the meeting, did not elaborate on the discussions.

The meeting, attended by road and rail transport experts and relevant officials of Belgrade and Pristina, was initiated by Grenell and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

Photo: Tanjug/Z. Zestic, file

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