“Due to the discriminatory 100 percent tax imposed (by Pristina), trade between Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina with Pristina has practically been disabled.

This was the assessment made on Tuesday in Belgrade by Serbia’s Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic and Minister of External Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia-Herzegovina Mirko Sarovic.

According to a statement from Ljajic’s cabinet, the two ministers expressed ‘concern over the inefficiency and mild reactions of the international community, which has not so far persuaded Pristina to withdraw the mentioned barriers.'” (B92)