Agreement for free movement reached in Brussels

Agreement for free movement reached in Brussels

Pristina, September 17, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Last night, work groups from Pristina and Belgrade have reached an agreement for the freedom of movement, which relates to the “Nikola Tesla” airport in Belgrade and five border crossing points between Serbia and third states.

The announcement for the agreement was made by Maja Kocijancic, spokeswoman of the European head of diplomacy.

The head of the EU diplomacy, Catherine Ashton, praises Belgrade’s decision for the freedom of movement in the “Nikola Tesla” airport in Belgrade and in the five border crossing points with Croatia and Hungary, reads the statement of the EU foreign service.

Based on this agreement, Kosovo nationals can travel to third countries through Belgrade airport and border crossing points with Croatia and Hungary.

The agreement will be implemented within two months. Member of work groups who have talked in Brussels on this topic, have not made any declarations, while the EU statement says that this is a measure that will contribute for the normalization of the freedom of movement. /ibna/