Hoti: If No Agreement, Kosovo and Serbia Will Remain Independent Neighbouring Countries
Hoti: If No Agreement, Kosovo and Serbia Will Remain Independent Neighbouring Countries
On Thursday, the Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti said at a joint press conference with the European Commissioner for Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi that the agreement on economic normalisation with Serbia is a step towards the final agreement, KAG correspondent reported. “I hope we will make it, but not in a so distant future; we are committed to dialogue, one month, two, or one year. If no final agreement is reached there is nothing left to do but continue as two independent neighbouring countries that do not recognise one another,” Hoti said. Speaking about Varhelyi's visit, Hoti said the EU Commissioner brought 'fantastic' news, the one of the European Commission's plan to allocate a total of 28 billion Euros in terms of investment to the Western Balkans region to help the process of economic recovery ...Full story can be read through subscription.
Lajčák: Kosovo - Serbia Solution a Painful Compromise
Lajčák: Kosovo - Serbia Solution a Painful Compromise EU Special Representative on Dialogue Miroslav Lajčák said that solution between Kosovo and Serbia will be a painful compromise, KAG correspondent reported. He made the comments in the virtual panel
German Ambassador to UN: Serbia Should Recognize Kosovo, Dačić to Talk about Crimes Committed by Serbia
German Ambassador to UN: Serbia Should Recognize Kosovo, Dačić to Talk about Crimes Committed by Serbia In the speech to the UN Security Council on Wednesday, German Ambassador Christoph Heusgen criticized Serbian Foreign Minister, Ivica Dačić, saying that his speech is “a copy of previous texts” and
Kosovo business leader in the Port of Durres
Kosovo business leader in the Port of Durres A delegation of the Kosovo Business Alliance, led by President Agim Shahini visited the Industrial Port of Durres, known as PortoRomano where he was received by the representative of Shell Kosova