Kosovo's Custom Authorities said on Friday that some 160 lorries from Serbia and four from Bosnia and Herzegovina entered Kosovo in three days following Pristina's decision to revoke the 100 percent of import duties on goods from those two countries, the FoNet news agency reported.
The Authorities' spokesperson Adriatik Stavileci said that the reciprocity measure with Serbia was in place and that "there were no unconstitutional labels on documents from Serbia."
On Thursday, 44 lorries cross to Kosovo with products worth 250,000 Euro.
"On the first day, we had a low import with only 16 lorries from Serbia and none from Bosnia. The next day, another 100 came from Serbia carrying goods worth some 500,000 Euro," Stavileci told kosovopress.com website.
He added that mainly food, chemical and construction materials were imported.
Bosnia and Herzegovina sent four lorries with goods meriting 30,000 Euro.