European Union envoy Miroslav Lajcak said on Tuesday that he had separate meetings with the chief negotiators from Belgrade and Pristina in Brussels to discuss ways to move the dialogue process forward.

“Today I hosted the two chief negotiators and their delegations for separate meetings on outstanding issues and the way forward in the dialogue,” he wrote in a Twitter post following the meetings.

He said that he briefed the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo Petar Petkovic and Kosovo deputy Prime Minister Besnik Bislimi about Monday’s Foreign Affairs Council and the expectations of the European Union foreign ministers for another top-level Belgrade-Pristina dialogue meeting to take place by the end of the year.

“It’s high time for real progress,” Lajcak tweeted.