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In the framework of the dialogue for normalization of relations between Serbia and Kosovo, Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and his Kosovo counterpart Hashim Thaci held a 13th session of talks in Brussels, under the auspices of EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton. These talks "were very difficult, but certain progress was achieved in a series of matters," said Mr. Dacic.
According to an official statement, some progress was made with regard to the telecommunications and energy industries. Landline and mobile service providers from Serbia will operate freely in Kosovo although there was still no agreement on Kosovo's calling code after 2015, the statement added. "The texts on Telecoms and Energy are almost finalized," said Mrs Ahston, before traveling to Belgrade on July 9 and Pristina on July 10. The next round of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina will be held in Brussels on July 24, after another visit to Belgrade by European Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fule.
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