Since 24th of September, where a police officer was killed in an ambush which would have perpetrated by a commando composed of Serbs from Kosovo, there is a high level of tensions between Kosovo and Serbia. Florent Marciacq, co-director of the Balkans’ Observatory, Fondation Jean-Jaurès, and Donika Emini, political analyst, member of the Balkan in European Policy Advisory Group (BiEPAG), are discussing about the situation at ground and about the role that the European Union needs to play so that the dialogue between the two countries takes place.
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