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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic today welcomed the decision of Pristina to abolish the measures that hindered the entry of Serbian goods into Kosovo-Metohija.

During her visit to Pozega, Brnabic expressed satisfaction with that decision, estimating that it is good for Albanians in Kosovo-Metohija, Serbia and the entire region.

According to her, it will take a few days to see that the decision to lift the measures has been implemented.

Answering the questions of the journalists, she stated that the Constitution of Serbia envisages that the elections can be postponed only if a state of emergency is re-introduced, which is not an option at the moment, although we have an increase in the number of coronavirus infected people per day in recent days.

Miroslav Lajčák, EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue, shared his view on the news:

An increase in the number of infected people is expected because we have relaxed the measures, but that is nothing alarming, with which the profession agrees. I hope that it will remain under control and that there is no reason to panic, but there is reason to apply protection measures, the Prime Minister pointed out.