Letter of intent on Belgrade-Pristina rail link signed in Munich

A letter of intent on re-establishing a Belgrade-Pristina rail link was on Friday signed in Munich with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, US special presidential envoy Richard Grenell and the president of the Kosovo provisional institutions Hasim Taci in attendance.

14 Februar 2020 12:15

MUNICH - A letter of intent on re-establishing a Belgrade-Pristina rail link was on Friday signed in Munich with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, US special presidential envoy Richard Grenell and the president of the Kosovo provisional institutions Hasim Taci in attendance.

"What was signed is significant for freedom of movement and the flow of goods, capital, services and people. I am happy to see progress today. On behalf of Serbia, many thanks to (US President Donald) Trump and Grenell as we all feel we will have a better future because of this and that we will secure peace for the decades to come," Vucic said after the signing of the document.

He thanked Trump and Grenell for their great interest in the Western Balkan region.

The letter of intent was signed by the head of the government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Marko Djuric on behalf of Belgrade and by a Railways Directorate representative on behalf of Pristina.

The document was signed within the framework of the Munich Security Conference.

A letter of intent on reintroducing flights between Belgrade and Pristina was signed with Lufthansa in Berlin on January 20.

Photo: Tanjug/Instagram, buducnostsrbijeav

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