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UN discusses Kosovo, Americans demand launch of dialogue with Serbia, EU categorically against border change

UN discusses Kosovo, Americans demand launch of dialogue with Serbia, EU

On Tuesday, the United Nations Security Council held a meeting during which Kosovo was also discussed. The US Representative on the Security Council for Kosovo, Richard Mills, has called on Kosovo and Serbia to resume the dialogue process in Brussels to conclude a comprehensive agreement on mutual recognition, and has urged the United States to ensure that both the states will implement the agreements reached so far. The dialogue brought together the United States and the European Union, referring to Mr. Mills' statement that the United States supports the dialogue between the two countries mediated by the union. "The US strongly supports the EU-mediated dialogue, now with the new government of Kosovo, we welcome the plans of the EU Special Representative to resume dialogue in the near future. Progress has been made by the parties, although it may not be seen there in this morning's reports, but these have contributed to improving the lives of citizens in Kosovo and Serbia. "The United States encourages both sides to implement past agreements and to approach the resumption of dialogue in a pragmatic and productive manner, with a view to reaching a comprehensive normalization agreement." He further said that the US expects to cooperate with President Vjosa Osmani and Prime Minister Kurti on many common priorities, including the implementation of reforms to increase transparency and accountability in government, the fight against corruption,

EU on dialogue

Viola Von Cramon, rapporteur in the European Parliament for Kosovo, spoke about the change of borders between Kosovo and Serbia. Stating that a new definition of borders in the Western Balkans region would undoubtedly create major problems and conflicts and moreover would not help anyone. Ms. von Cramon's statements come in response to Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansha's comments on the review of borders in the Balkans, as well as claims that he would include the creation of a Greater Serbia and a Greater Albania. "Given that the Slovenian prime minister is not known for serious political proposals, this could become a very dangerous debate. These divisions and nationalist rhetoric are never related to the people. We have seen what such rhetoric has created in our history. "Governments and politicians should aim to create functioning institutions and states that will serve all citizens, regardless of their ethnicity," said Von Cramon, adding that her colleagues in the European Parliament are concerned about the process. continued disintegration in the Western Balkan countries, particularly in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and explicitly noted that there is no new border change. Sakaq, spokesman for the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security, Peter Stano said that the priorities set by Prime Minister Albin Kurti are very important for Kosovo, but this in terms of internal affairs. Dialogue, according to him, is the most important external priority that Kosovo has ahead. "When it comes to Government priorities, there is no competition between individual priorities. Kurti's internal priorities are very important. "But at the same time, dialogue is the most important priority of Kosovo's foreign policy and should not be seen as divided or incompatible with the other priorities mentioned by the Prime Minister," Stano said. "The EU and the member states expect the new authorities in Pristina to engage constructively in order to continue the meetings in the EU-facilitated dialogue and to seize the opportunity before them to bring this important process to a conclusion. successful ", said Stano. "At the same time, dialogue is the most important priority of Kosovo 's foreign policy and should not be seen as divided or incompatible with the other priorities mentioned by the Prime Minister," Stano said. "The EU and the member states expect the new authorities in Pristina to engage constructively in order to continue the meetings in the EU-facilitated dialogue and to seize the opportunity before them to bring this important process to a conclusion. successful ", said Stano. "At the same time, dialogue is the most important priority of Kosovo 's foreign policy and should not be seen as divided or incompatible with the other priorities mentioned by the Prime Minister," Stano said. "The EU and the member states expect the new authorities in Pristina to engage constructively in order to continue the meetings in the EU-facilitated dialogue and to seize the opportunity before them to bring this important process to a conclusion. successful ", said Stano.