Kosovo’s prime minister, Albin Kurti, said they were ready to sign off on the Franco-German plan before meeting with Serbian leader Vucic in North Macedonia on March 18.
Corti criticized Serbia and said it was a shame that the plan, which consists of 5 sentences and 11 articles, which provides for the normalization of relations between the two countries, has not yet been signed.
Kurti said that at the next meeting to be held in Ohrid, the implementation of the plan agreed upon in principle will be discussed.
Kurti stressed that the answer to why the plan was not signed at the Brussels meeting on February 27 should be sought in Serbia. Kurti said that during the negotiations, the Serbian side failed to obtain the establishment of the Federation of Serbian Municipalities in Kosovo before that. main condition.
Claiming that the only thing Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic talked about during the meeting was a union of Serbian municipalities, Kurti indicated that the Franco-German plan is a positive step for normalization.
source: Balkan News
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