PRISTINA (AP)--Kosovo and Bosnia are to sign a free trade agreement, the U.N. said Friday.
The agreement will be the Kosovo will sign with countries in the region, the U.N. said, following deals with Albania and Macedonia.
The U.N. didn't set a date for the signing or provide any details of the agreement, which it described as "completely acceptable."
Kosovo, which officially remains a province of Serbia-Montenegro, has been administered by the U.N. since 1999. Kosovo's ethnic Albanians want it to become an independent state, while Belgrade and the province's Serb minority insists it remains within its boundaries.