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Written by Sonila ELEZI 28 Tetor 2021
The expiration of the one-year term of the memorandum set out in the Washington Agreement on September 3, has created an unclear and complex situation in international relations between Kosovo and Serbia. The moratorium barred Kosovo from applying to international organizations for a year, while Serbia could not continue lobbying to recognize Kosovo's independence and statehood in the international arena. Yesterday, Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic stated that there are more than ten countries that are ready to reconsider the recognition of the Republic of Kosovo. "We will not make the first move because we would be immediately branded as provocateurs. Moreover, we were prepared to continue the moratorium on lobbying for recognition and recognition, agreed with the Washington Agreement, but, in Pristina, "there is no good will to continue respecting the agreement," Selakovic said. He threatened that although Serbia will not be the first to take a step in this direction, he has prepared in detail and is working as if a step from Kosovo happens tomorrow. He warned that anyone who believes that the Kosovo issue can be resolved by "twisting Serbia's arm" and forcing it to recognize the unilaterally declared independence of the so-called Kosovo was wrong. "No matter how small and narrow the room for maneuver for our state, the greater is our determination to fight for the protection of state interests in Kosovo with our full power, for the rights of Serbs and other non-Albanians." said Selakovic. Asked if reports that the major Western powers wanted the Kosovo issue resolved by the end of 2022 were true, Selakovic said everything anyone saw as a solution was subject to Belgrade's consent. "If anyone thinks a compromise solution is one where we will accept something like a settled status, that is not a solution at all. And we will not accept it," he said. Selakovic added that Serbia as a small but proud country is determined to jealously maintain its political and military neutrality and that it was forced to fight for its interests in a complex, troubled environment. If one thinks that a compromise solution is one where we will accept something like a settled status, this is not a solution at all. "And we will not accept it," he said. Selakovic added that Serbia, as a small but proud country, is determined to jealously maintain its political and military neutrality and was forced to fight for its interests in a complex environment. , loaded with problems. If one thinks that a compromise solution is one where we will accept something like a settled status, this is not a solution at all. "And we will not accept it," he said. Selakovic added that Serbia, as a small but proud country, is determined to jealously maintain its political and military neutrality and was forced to fight for its interests in a complex environment. , loaded with problems.
Rejagon Vjosa Osmani
The President of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, has stated about the biggest problem encountered in the dialogue process with Serbia, the establishment of the Association of Serb Majority Municipalities. She said Pristina would not change its Constitution to form the Association, adding that no one in the region wanted the creation of such a community, which would be another Republika Srpska, a semi-autonomous Serb-dominated entity. in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ms. Osmani said that the maximum that can be allowed is the creation in the form of a non-governmental organization. "Serbia is not interested in peace, nor is it interested in resolving the issue of missing persons, nor does it want to reach a final agreement with Kosovo," she said. The president went on to call Serbia the springboard for Russia's malicious influence in the Balkans. "Serbia has become a springboard for Russia's malicious influence in the Western Balkans. "Russia, together with Serbia, is interested in fighting not only Kosovo, but also American interests in the region, through attacks on Kosovo, Bosnia and Montenegro," Osmani said. The director of the Office for Kosovo in the Serbian government, Petar Petkovic, reacted to Osman's statement on the Union of Serbian Municipalities. "The formation of the Association with executive power is an obligation of Pristina under the Brussels Agreement, so it is clear that by not respecting the Brussels agreements and its institutions, Vjosa Osmani in fact puts hatred towards Serbia before any other motive and that it is not interested in searching for the missing, thus normalizing relations and building mutual trust through dialogue.