Talks to ease Serbia-Kosovo tensions to resume in Brussels

Talks to ease tensions between Kosovo and Serbia are set to resume in Brussels on Sunday.
The EU-brokered talks on restoring diplomatic ties stopped in 2018, when Kosovo put high tariffs on Serbian goods.
Al Jazeera’s Charlie Angela reports.

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