Cars with Serbian plates traveling to Kosovo from Monday on will be required to keep a temporary Kosovo plate upon entering the country.
The decision by minister of interior Xhelal Svecla enters into force today.
It follows the expiration of a 4-year agreement between Kosovo and Serbia regulating the movement of vehicles.
Kosovo is now imposing the same measure Serbia imposes on Kosovo cars.
Temporary plates can be purchased at the border for 5 euro and can be used for up to 60 days.
Old Kosovo plates with “KS” initials, which have been replaced by “RKS” plates, also won’t be allowed to circulate.