EU welcomes "peaceful conduct of elections in Kosovo"
BRUSSELS -- Brussels is satisfied about the second round of the local elections in Kosovo passing off peacefully and awaits an official report by the European observers.
This is what Maja Kocijancic, a spokeswoman for European foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, has told Tanjug.
Kocijancic added that Ashton will make an official statement concerning the elections after the European observers’ report arrives.
Kocijancic could not directly answer the question of whether Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić will discuss formation of a community of Serb municipalities at a meeting with Ashton and Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci in Brussels on Thursday.
The talks will touch on various aspects of the implementation of the Brussels agreement between Belgrade and Priština, and our position is that everything that has been agreed has to be implemented, Kocijancic said.