Serbia and Kosovo reached a “historic” agreement in Washington on September 4 on the normalization of their economic relations, White House officials said. While participating in economic negotiations with the United States, Kosovo and Serbia continued to participate in a parallel dialogue focused on the political differences between the two sides. [10] The framework of the signed agreements also includes the mutual recognition of Israel and Kosovo and the transfer of the Serbian Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem within one year. President Donald Trump`s administration also prepared the so-called Abraham Agreement, which resulted in mutual recognition and the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and two Arab nations — the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and Bahrain. The EU has demonstrated all its anomalies and impotence in its mediation in the official dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina. . . .