The newly formed Serbian task force for the resumption of scheduled commercial flights between Belgrade and Pristina has met for the first time to discuss in more detail a proposed negotiating platform, which is to be presented to the Serbian government. The meeting was chaired by Serbian Defence Minister Zoran Djordjević. The fifteen-member group, made up of representatives from various state institutions, discussed ways in which to overcome ongoing bureaucratic procedures and unresolved airspace issues with Kosovo. The introduction of flights between Belgrade and Pristina forms part of the EU-brokered Brussels Agreement between Serbia and Kosovo. This service is said to be of high importance to Air Serbia, which sees potential in flights to Pristina.