BRUSSELS – The EU Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi, asked Belgrade and Pristina on Wednesday to show restraint as an imperative in their relations, N1 reported. Two days after Kosovo implemented what it said was a reciprocal measure regarding the use of state license plates and the following tensions in the north mainly populated by the Serbs, Várhelyi reacted with a tweet saying the two sides should return to the dialogue on the normalization of relations.

He said that unilateral moves have never been a solution. He did not refer to Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vučić rejection of an EU proposal to calm the situation in Kosovo’s north and his statement on Tuesday about being fed up with what he described as the fait accompli policy.