BELGRADE – The Belgrade-Pristina dialogue will resume at expert level in Brussels on November 16-17, sources in the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija have confirmed to Tanjug.

The topics will be agreements on freedom of movement that are related to vehicle registration plates, as well as implementation of a deal on integrated management of administrative crossings.

Several rounds of the dialogue have been held in recent past on various topics, but none produced agreements between the two sides.

Due to the lack of progress in the dialogue – in particular on the Community of Serb Municipalities and agreements on telecommunications and energy – Serbia’s European integration has been put on hold, with the prospects of the country opening new chapters in the accession talks by the end of the year now unclear.