During participation in the negotiations with the United States on economic issues, Kosovo and Serbia continued to participate in a parallel dialogue led by the European Union, focusing on political differences between the two sides.  The Brussels meeting comes just days after an unexpected White House agreement on normalizing economic relations. In accordance with the signed agreements, Serbia will suspend its official and unofficial efforts for a period of one year and will encourage other states not to recognize Kosovo or to revoke existing recognition. In return, Kosovo will not apply for re-accession to international organizations for the same period. There are also promises to find and identify the remains of those who disappeared from the Kosovo conflict in 1998-99 and to rehabilitate refugees from that conflict and after the end of the war.  With regard to Serbia`s commitments, the agreement obliges Serbia to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, to classify Hezbollah as a terrorist group and to prohibit the use of 5G devices supplied by unreliable suppliers (i.e. the Chinese company Huawei). As part of the agreements, Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to join the schengen mini-zone.  On the other hand, Krstié indicated that even if Trump does not win the election, the spirit of the agreement will be preserved. The Economic Normalization Agreements of Kosovo and Serbia are a couple of documents in which Kosovo and Serbia have agreed to facilitate economic normalization between them.
 The documents were signed on 4 September 2020 at the White House, in the presence of US President Donald Trump, by Kosovo Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti and Serbia President Aleksandar Vuéié.  The agreement focuses on “economic normalization”, but it also contains points that have nothing to do with relations between Serbia and Kosovo. “Overall, I doubt there`s much left of the deal,” Bieber said. How does the Washington agreement fit into this strategy? The illustrated plans can only be carried out with the support of the United States. On 4 September, Serbia and Kosovo signed agreements with the United States in Washington on the future of their mutual economic relations.