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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
A Kosovo commentary says that any dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina must be between equals as it will otherwise produce "irritations and tensions rather than the normalization of relations". The involvement of the international community is also "indispensable" as "Albanians cannot agree even among themselves without being cajoled by the international representatives, and the same goes for Serbs". The following is the text of the commentary by Koha Ditore Brussels correspondent Augustin Palokaj: "What kind of dialogue between, Prishtina and Belgrade does EU want?", published by Kosovo Albanian newspaper Koha Ditore on 3 March:
Brussels, 2 March: Contradictory messages about Kosova [Kosovo] and its future are coming from the European Union. The EU, just like the rest of the international community, says: "It is still too early to think about starting negotiations on Kosova's status." At the same time it is asking Belgrade and Prishtina [Pristina] to start talks on concrete issues of common interest. The EU formulated this message last week, with it being an official conclusion of the meeting of foreign ministers in Brussels. However, few ministers know what kind of …