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Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Brussels insists on Association, US set to implement September 4th pact

Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Brussels insists on Association, US set to implement

The rivalry between the European Union and the United States continues in terms of relations between Kosovo and Serbia. President Donald Trump lowered the parties to the table and a concrete agreement was signed while the EU is working on the other side, pro insists on the Association of Serbian Municipalities. The Head of the Office and the EU Special Representative in Kosovo, Thomas Szunyog, said that it is up to Kosovo to establish the Association of Serb-majority municipalities and that both countries will have to make constitutional changes in the future. The Head of the EU further stressed that the judgment of the Constitutional Court in no way prevents the establishment of the Association.

"As for the Association, I know very well that there is an agreement since 2013 and the other agreement is from 2015, and a decision of the Constitutional Court and this decision in no way prevents the establishment of the Association only sets certain limits that have to the 2015 agreement at the end of the decision it is stated that the status of the Association should be sent back to the Constitutional Court. "My question in this case is what is the status?" Said Szunyog. He further referred to the EU progress report, which states that no progress has been made regarding the establishment of the Association. "It's up to you to do this, you have signed and ratified these agreements with 2/3 in the Assembly, so it is not just an international obligation it's up to you and no one is pushing you to do something hard," said Szunyog . Commenting on the statement of the EU Special Envoy for Dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, who said that Kosovo should change the Constitution to establish the Association, the EU chief said that he does not see this statement as a problem. He stressed that there have been misinterpretations in the media about this. "Regarding the statements made by Mr. Lajcak, it is something that I have no problem with what he said, when you negotiate international agreements, these are legally binding. "It is an indisputable fact that both countries will have to make constitutional changes to the international agreements they have signed, because international agreements become legally binding," Szunyog said. The EU chief said he did not see the statement as a problem. He stressed that there have been misinterpretations in the media about this. "Regarding the statements made by Mr. Lajcak, it is something that I have no problem with what he said, when you negotiate international agreements, these are legally binding. "It is an indisputable fact that both countries will have to make constitutional changes to the international agreements they have signed, because international agreements become legally binding," Szunyog said. The EU chief said he did not see the statement as a problem. He stressed that there have been misinterpretations in the media about this. "Regarding the statements that Mr. Lajcak said, it is something that I have no problem with what he said, when you negotiate international agreements, these are legally binding. "It is an indisputable fact that both countries will have to make constitutional changes to the international agreements they have signed, because international agreements become legally binding," Szunyog said.

Reagon USA

Regarding the talks between Kosovo and Serbia, there was no lack of reactions from the Americans. The US Embassy in Serbia has stated that the United States of America is committed to implementing the agreement reached in Washington between Kosovo and Serbia. On Twitter, the US Embassy in Serbia wrote that the opportunity to start a new chapter in the stability, cooperation and success of the Western Balkans should not be missed. "The United States is committed to ensuring the success of the September 4 Washington Accords - we must not miss this opportunity to embark on a new chapter of stability, cooperation and success for the Western Balkans!" . Such a statement was preceded by a meeting of the US Energy delegation with institutional representatives in Kosovo and Serbia. The US Embassy said that during the visit it was discussed to determine a serious feasibility study of Lake Ujman.

One of the points in the agreement reached in Washington by Kosovo and Serbia, included the functioning of Lake Ujman. The latter, a few days after the agreement, was named "Lake Trump".