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Kosovo and Serbia reach deal to end license plate row — EU

By DW
25 November 2022   |   10:03 am
The EU's foreign policy chief has announced a last-minute agreement to end a nearly two-year dispute over car plates that the bloc feared could have ended in violence.

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