The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to co-operate to locate and identify people still missing from the 1998-99 war. More than 13,000 people were killed during the conflict and 1,621 remain unaccounted for. During talks in Brussels, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti pledged to use satellite data and other advanced technology, including laser mapping, to detect mass graves. They will also share official files and form a joint commission on missing people, to be chaired by the European Union. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell mediated the deal, which follows a normalisation agreement between Serbia and Kosovo that Borrell announced in March.

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