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Lajçak: We are negotiating with the five remaining EU countries that have not recognized Kosovo to accept the Franco-German plan
Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Janar 2023
The EU's special envoy for dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, stated that he has launched a mission to meet with EU countries that do not recognize Kosovo in order to convince them to accept the EU's proposal. for Kosovo. He said that he is negotiating with those countries to approve a European proposal, and he emphasized that there are positive messages that four out of five of these countries see that it is important for the process to bring results. "I have met with the representatives of four of the five countries in the last two days to discuss this proposal. I met with the foreign minister of Spain, Slovakia and Cyprus, with the special envoy of Greece and I will meet with the foreign minister of Romania. These countries are following the process with great attention, because the issue of Kosovo and Serbia is a regional issue," he said. Of the 27 EU member states, five of them do not recognize Kosovo as a state, which includes Spain, Greece, Romania, Cyprus and Slovakia. Although the Franco-German plan does not mention mutual recognition between Kosovo and Serbia or Kosovo's membership in the United Nations, points that Kosovar officials publicly insist on, it emphasizes the support that the parties must give each other in the process of European integrations. An international unity has already been reached around this proposal, and Kosovo and Serbia have been invited to be constructive in their approach to this proposal, in order to reach agreement on it. Kosovo and Serbia have been holding a dialogue in Brussels since 2011. This dialogue aims to normalize relations. However, the parties have different attitudes regarding the end of the process.