Kosovo’s foreign minister, Donica Jervala Schwartz, said that “obstruction of state action” is out of the question in the Republic of Kosovo, like Republika Srpska, one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Minister Jervala Schwartz met with his Croatian counterpart, Gordan Grelic Radman, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the capital, Pristina.
The ministers held a joint press conference after the bilateral and delegation meetings.
Jervala Schwartz thanked Croatia for visa-free travel to the Schengen Area, Kosovo’s submission process to the Council of Europe and its support for Kosovo in every international forum.
Referring to the conditions that must be met in order to create a “Serbian Federation of Municipalities” in the municipalities where most Serbs live in Kosovo, Jervala said, “In Kosovo; there is no formation, no type of union, no mechanism that violates state sovereignty can be applied, Secondly, the country’s constitution, and thirdly, Kosovo’s function and functioning. These three elements are the basis for the functioning of the state. The “total obstruction of the work of the state”, which we saw through the Republika Srpska established in Bosnia and Herzegovina, will not happen in the Republic of Kosovo. One Republika Srpska is enough in this region And there is no need for a second republic, even one too much.” Use phrases.
Croatian Minister Radman expressed his agreement with Minister Jirvala that progress in the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia is important for good neighborly relations.
Expressing Croatia’s support for any agreement that guarantees the normalization of relations between the two parties, Radman said: “During the discussion of the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, we agreed that progress towards the normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia is very important for regional stability and we expect developments in this direction. In any case, Kosovo must remain a stable, independent and sovereign state.” He said.
Radman also expressed hope that the “Manifesto of Missing Persons” signed in Brussels between Kosovo and Serbia, which envisages joint efforts to clarify the situation of the 1,621 people who disappeared in the Kosovo War, will lead to progress in resolving unresolved issues. been solved for more than 20 years.
As part of his visit to Kosovo, the Croatian minister will meet with Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Croatian soldiers from the Kosovo Peacekeeping Force (KFOR).
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