Kosovo President Fyoza Osmani met Lord Stuart Beach, the British Special Envoy for the Western Balkans, who is in Kosovo on an official visit.
Osmani’s meeting with Pec was closed to the press in the presidential building in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo.
The Kosovo Presidency said in a statement that during the meeting, Osmani requested greater participation in Kosovo’s security issues from Great Britain, a major member of NATO and Kosovo’s historical partner.
Osmani was reported to have said that Kosovo had always been a constructive party in the dialogue with Serbia but that “Serbia has shifted its focus away from the dialogue while trying to destabilize Kosovo.”
“President Osmani asked the international community to condemn such actions and take a unique stand against Serbia’s destabilizing tendencies in Kosovo, without equating the aggressor with the other,” the statement read. Data included.
Pech also met with Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti as part of his visit to Kosovo.
Serbian President Vucic claimed that 9 countries have withdrawn their recognition of Kosovo
Kosovo’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, in a statement it issued, rejected Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s claim that some countries have withdrawn their recognition of Kosovo’s independence.
“This allegation was not confirmed even after personal interviews with representatives of various levels of states and consultations with key partners of our country,” the ministry said in a statement. Data included.
Vucic announced in a press conference yesterday that Somalia, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Isfatini, Libya, Guinea, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia and the Maldives, which recognize Kosovo as an independent state, have withdrawn their recognition.
Kosovo allows the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church to enter the country
In other news, the Office of the Prime Minister of Kosovo announced that the Serbian Orthodox Patriarch (SPC) will be allowed to enter the country to attend the Orthodox Christmas Mass celebrated on January 7.
In the statement, Porverig’s announcement that he would come to Kosovo without his bodyguards was interpreted as “further evidence that Kosovo is a safer country than Serbia”.
The Kosovo government did not accept Patriarch Porfirig’s request to visit Kosovo in December 2022, with preconditions.
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