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Other Americans strike Serbs, Blinken sends letter to Kurti demanding mutual recognition Belgrade-Pristina

Other Americans strike Serbs, Blinken sends letter to Kurti demanding mutual

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, received yesterday a congratulatory letter for the post of Prime Minister, from the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken. At the top of the letter, Secretary Blinken congratulated Mr. Kurti and said that the United States is looking forward to the possibility of cooperation that would move Kosovo forward. "Dear Mr. Prime Minister. I congratulate the people of Kosovo on the successful and democratic elections of February 14. We welcome the formation of Kosovo's new government and look forward to working closely with your government to ensure that a sovereign, independent, multiethnic and democratic Kosovo takes its place as an equal partner in the Euro family. "Atlantic", writes Mr. Blinken. One of the points mentioned by him, there was also the commitment of the new government led by Albin Kurti to fight corruption and strengthen the rule of law. Here, Mr. Blinken referred to the statements of the Prime Minister of Kosovo, that the three priorities of his government will be the employment of citizens, the justice system and the management of the pandemic situation. "We welcome the commitment to pray for corruption, strengthen law and order, and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, as you seek to support the aspirations of the people of Kosovo, including their desire for a transparent government." increased and economic opportunities ", the letter reads. Secretary Blinken did not leave untouched the hot topic of dialogue with Serbia, a process which is more or less frozen and without any development, given the fact that Kosovo has just gone through an electoral process and the constitution of post-election institutions has just been completed. The letter states that a final agreement, which concludes with mutual recognition, is essential. "Kosovo must also engage productively and without delay in dialogue with Serbia, supported by the US and facilitated by the EU. Ensuring a comprehensive normalization agreement with Serbia, focused on mutual recognition, is essential for Kosovo to reach its full potential and move forward on the path to EU membership. "You will have the full support of the United States of America in this regard," Blinken concludes. The letter states that a final agreement, which concludes with mutual recognition, is essential. "Kosovo must also engage productively and without delay in dialogue with Serbia, supported by the US and facilitated by the EU. Ensuring a comprehensive normalization agreement with Serbia, focused on mutual recognition, is essential for Kosovo to reach its full potential and move forward on the path to EU membership. "You will have the full support of the United States of America in this regard," Blinken concludes. The letter states that a final agreement, which concludes with mutual recognition, is essential. "Kosovo must also engage productively and without delay in dialogue with Serbia, supported by the US and facilitated by the EU. Ensuring a comprehensive normalization agreement with Serbia, focused on mutual recognition, is essential for Kosovo to reach its full potential and move forward on the path to EU membership. "You will have the full support of the United States of America in this regard," Blinken concludes. supported by the US and facilitated by the EU. Ensuring a comprehensive normalization agreement with Serbia, focused on mutual recognition, is essential for Kosovo to reach its full potential and move forward on the path to EU membership. "You will have the full support of the United States of America in this regard," Blinken concludes. supported by the US and facilitated by the EU. Ensuring a comprehensive normalization agreement with Serbia, focused on mutual recognition, is essential for Kosovo to reach its full potential and move forward on the path to EU membership. "You will have the full support of the United States of America in this regard," Blinken concludes.

Osmani excludes dialogue as a priority

As the Prime Minister Albin Kurti has stated, that the dialogue with Serbia is not a priority in the most important of this government, the new President Vjosa Osmani, stated yesterday that it is not normal at a time when the whole world and Kosovo is facing a pandemic like that of Copvid-19, make dialogue a priority. Osmani made such a statement in yesterday's meeting with the Dutch ambassador to Kosovo, Carin Lobbezoo. Ms. Osmani said that it is already urgent to provide the necessary doses of vaccines, so that as many citizens as possible are vaccinated, which would facilitate the health system. President Osmani stressed that the new institutions of Kosovo have taken measures to reduce those affected by COVID-19, as well as to address the economic consequences. In this Meeting, relations between the two countries have been assessed as good, while both sides have shown readiness to deepen them. The Presidency statement states that Osmani stressed the need for international cooperation and solidarity in Kosovo's efforts to provide the necessary amount of vaccines. She expressed the hope that in such a situation Kosovo will not be left alone and that the urgent need to provide vaccines will be supported by friendly countries.