The participants will address issues in order to reach a comprehensive agreement to normalize relations and reduce the current tension on the ground.
The head of diplomacy of the EU, Josep Borrell, will also hold meetings with each of the leaders separately, sources indicated.
On July 31st, riots broke out in northern Kosovo, after Pristina decided to ban Serbian identity cards and license plates starting on August 1st.
The Kosovar authorities later backed down by holding meetings with representatives of the United States and the European Union, and postponed the restrictive measure for September 1st.
Kosovo, populated mainly by Albanians, proclaimed unilateral independence in 2008, being recognized by the United States, Canada and most of the member countries of the European Union, but not by Serbia, Russia, China, Spain, Greece, Iran and other nations.