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From 2 to 4 February 2022, European Union Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue and other Western Balkan regional issues Miroslav Lajčák together with US Special Representative for the Western Balkans and Deputy Assistant Secretary Gabriel Escobar will visit Serbia.

In Belgrade, they are expected to meet with the political leadership to discuss next steps in the Dialogue on normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia, facilitated by the EU and supported by the US.

EUSR Lajčák will also meet with representatives of civil society and the business sector in Serbia, as well as with the representatives of the international community.

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