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At checkpoints your passport will be examined by Serbian officers and again, after a few metres, by Kosovar officials, just like any international border crossing.
Crossing from Kosovo back into Serbia is generally a longer process. Most importantly, if you enter Kosovo directly (i.e. from Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, or by flying) without first entering Serbia you are quite likely to be ''denied entry'' to Serbia for having "illegally entered Serbia" (officially Serbia still considers Kosovo to be Serbian territory). The border guards will know because you do not have a Serbian visa stamp in your passport. In this case, the Serbian officers will insist you enter through Montenegro or North Macedonia instead.
For all EU-passport holders keep in mind that you can travel with your ID in Serbia as well as Kosovo. Therefore to avoid problems just use your IDs for both countries and you will be save anyway.

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