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The US Special presidential envoy for Serbia and Kosovo peace negotiations, Richard Grenell, announced on Twitter that the dialogue will continue at the meeting on 27 June in the White House.

Grenell shared on his Twitter account that he had has received confirmations from the governments of Serbia and Kosovo for attending a meeting at the White House on 27 June. He stated that until then, both governments confirmed to temporarily pause the derecognition campaign and the seeking of international memberships.

Grenell added that if one of the parties is not satisfied with the result of the talks in Washington, it would return to the status quo. He concluded that the US priority is to first ensure economic growth.