Blinken: Kosovo should engage in dialogue with Serbia without delay - European Western Balkans

by europeanwesternbalkans 04/09/2021

PRISTINA – US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, wrote a letter to Kosovo Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, asking Kosovo’s engagement in the US-supported and EU – facilitated dialogue with Serbia without delay, Gazeta Express reported. Blinken said that securing a comprehensive normalization agreement with Serbia centered on mutual recognition is essential...


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