The European Parliament’s rapporteur on Kosovo, Viola von Kramon-Tobadil, has stated that Kosovo, like Serbia, is responsible for the slow progress in the negotiations.
“I know it’s easier to blame (Serbian president) Vucic,” said Karamon Topadil. However, Vucic must know that Serbia’s future will not be in Russia or Beijing. His people will not study in Moscow. “Most young people in Serbia see their future in the western part of Europe,” he said.
Noting that he blamed both sides equally for delaying negotiations and signing the agreement, Karamon said: “Pristina doesn’t make things easy either, and they didn’t help at all by telling everyone before the meeting in Ohrid that they wouldn’t accept anything like a union.”
Unfortunately, I think the fault is mutual.
Karamon Topadil said that Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti will likely present some proposals for the implementation of the federation, but the question is how serious the proposal is and whether it will include the views of Serb representatives in the north.
“If we don’t reach a compromise on both sides, we won’t see any significant progress in European integration or regional stability,” Carmon-Tobadil said. He said.
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