The measure is considered a provisional solution until the working group with representatives of the two countries and the European Union (EU) present a definitive solution to the border dispute.
Roadblocks and attacks on checkpoints days ago prevented the free flow of people across the border, a fact that prolonged the disagreement and hampered the resolution of a conflict that has lasted almost a decade.
Kosovo, a constituent province of Serbia, declared its independence in 2008, which was recognized by several states in Europe and the world but not by the United Nations or the government of Belgrade.
Since 2013 the EU has facilitated talks between the parties, but the process did not make much progress due to the ongoing political crises in the Balkan region.
The EU requires both territories to ease tensions as a condition for their entry into the bloc.