Vice president of the Atlantic Council, with its headquarters in the United States, Damon Wilson along with an American delegation, is staying for a visit in Kosovo during which he has met with several leaders there.
Wilson declared that “the talks between Pristina and Belgrade are the focus of these meetings along with the necessary reforms for a bright future for Kosovo”.
After his meeting with Mr. Wilson, Kosovo’s president said that “the lack of an agreement between Kosovo and Serbia may have ramifications for security and stability in the region and according to him this would also give way to anti-European elements”.
Meanwhile, PM Ramush Haradinaj said that “Kosovo is ready to strike a peaceful deal with Serbia, but without violating the Constitution or threatening the territory.
The final goal of our country is to consolidate the state and US support remains vital in this path”, he wrote after a meeting with Mr. Wilson.
On the other hand, Serbia’s president, Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday that the lack of compromise between Kosovo and Serbia will have serious consequences for both sides, while Serbs, he said, must choose between “sweet lies and bitter truth”.
Vucic delivered a two hour speech in the Serbian parliament, without unveiling any details as to his plan for the talks with Kosovo, which this year marked the 11th anniversary of independence, which Belgrade continues to contest.
By presenting a report regarding the talks held so far with Kosovo, the Serbian president said that Kosovo has been lost and that others are to be blamed for this. /ibna/