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EU message to Vuçi:: We expect it to be far-sighted in relation to Kosovo, everything related to integration

EU message to Vuçi:: We expect it to be far-sighted in relation to

The European Union Special Envoy, Miroslav Lajcak, said in an interview with the Austrian Wiener Zeitung that Brussels expected a "far-sighted decision" from Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on the Kosovo issue. He further justified Vuçi., Who according to him was not guilty when he asked what would be the benefit of Serbia from the European Union in this case. "We are waiting for him to make a far-sighted decision, and he asks himself: How can I explain to the citizens that it is good for them? "This negotiation process was linked to the country's European perspective from the beginning, and now Vucic is asking himself: how much will we get from that European perspective?" Lajcak said. Regarding the point at which the dialogue process takes place and the topics that are being discussed, The EU envoy said that the most difficult thing to do was to resume the dialogue, everything else will find a solution. "We are currently discussing very complex topics, including financial claims and property rights," said Lajcak, who also clarified that the text proposal on deportees and missing persons, as well as economic co-operation, has already been completed. However, he said that for the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, the decision was made to act according to the principle "nothing has been agreed, until it is finally agreed". The European Union Special Envoy for the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, has also opposed those who are saying that now is not the time for the Association of Serb-Majority Municipalities. "When, if not now? "You yourself signed the agreement," he said. "Another challenge is the agreement on the Association of Serb Majority Municipalities in Kosovo. The parties agreed on this in 2013/2015, but it was never implemented. It is a sensitive issue in which the Constitutional Court of Kosovo has also given its word and this opinion should be taken into account. But to those who object that now is not the time, I ask: 'When, if not now? You have signed this agreement yourself. Our goal is an agreement that regulates all open and unaddressed issues. With the approval in 2013/2015 comes the obligation to implement it. There is no issue that is negotiable and that is easy. "But if we interrupt the dialogue again, we will have to resume it," Lajcak said. but has never been implemented. It is a sensitive issue in which the Constitutional Court of Kosovo has also given its word and this opinion should be taken into account. But to those who object that now is not the time, I ask: 'When, if not now? You have signed this agreement yourself. Our goal is an agreement that regulates all open and unaddressed issues. With the approval in 2013/2015 comes the obligation to implement it. There is no issue that is negotiable and that is easy. "But if we interrupt the dialogue again, we will have to resume it," Lajcak said. but has never been implemented. It is a sensitive issue in which the Constitutional Court of Kosovo has also given its word and this opinion should be taken into account. But to those who object that now is not the time, I ask: 'When, if not now? You have signed this agreement yourself. Our goal is an agreement that regulates all open and unaddressed issues. With the approval in 2013/2015 comes the obligation to implement it. There is no issue that is negotiable and that is easy. "But if we interrupt the dialogue again, we will have to resume it," Lajcak said. if not now? You have signed this agreement yourself. Our goal is an agreement that regulates all open and unaddressed issues. With the approval in 2013/2015 comes the obligation to implement it. There is no issue that is negotiable and that is easy. "But if we interrupt the dialogue again, we will have to resume it," Lajcak said. if not now? You have signed this agreement yourself. Our goal is an agreement that regulates all open and unaddressed issues. With the approval in 2013/2015 comes the obligation to implement it. There is no issue that is negotiable and that is easy. "But if we interrupt the dialogue again, we will have to resume it," Lajcak said.

EU: Missing persons, priority

EU spokesman Peter Stano, on the other hand, said that progress had been made on the issue of missing persons, while assuring them that the final agreement between the two countries would undoubtedly have specific points for the missing. "The EU-facilitated dialogue aims to reach a final, comprehensive, legally binding agreement, resolving all outstanding issues. The issues of missing persons as well as displaced persons have been addressed in the EU-facilitated dialogue since its resumption in July 2020. Progress has been made to find common ground on both of these sensitive topics. and the final comprehensive agreement will include provisions on these issues. "The EU encourages both sides to cooperate further to effectively facilitate the ongoing process of site identification, exhumation and waste identification," Stano said. While the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic hopes that the EU understands that Serbia is ready for dialogue and compromise in the dialogue with Kosovo, but not for an ultimatum and one-sided messages. Asked about Lajcak's statement that he expects a far-sighted decision on Kosovo, Vucic said he expects an accurate conversation with Lajcak and pressure from several major countries. He hopes the EU will understand that no one can sign the agreement and then pass a resolution denying the existence of Serb municipalities or saying that Serbia should recognize Kosovo's independence. "This is impossible."