Nicholas Busse, FAZ (in German) | September 12, 2010
The EU has succeeded in convincing the Serbs not to place a resolution before the UN general assembly on the topic of the Kosovo. ++ The Serbs had intended to ask the assembly to condemn Kosovo’s independence as an incidence of separatism. ++ The EU is not thrilled by this idea, since most its members had supported the independence drive at the time. ++ The compromise between Lady Ashton and President Tadic now opens the door for talks between Belgrade and Pristina.