The hours to come will be crucial for the result of the negotiations on the name dispute, says deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Bujar Osmani upon his return from an official visit to Brussels.
“We’re reaching the finishing line of a 25 year marathon. The final laps are always the most critical ones. We should be careful and wait how the process will unfold in the days and the hours to come”, Osmani said, adding that there’s a genuine will to end this contest.
According to him, the differences that exist between the two sides have to do with the interpretation of the details of the agreement rather than the general principles which have been expressed by both sides. /ibna/