Croatian President Zoran Milanović has argued that all EU member states should recognize Kosovo’s independence.
A statement from the presidency stated that Milanovic, who met Kosovo’s Foreign Minister Donica Jervala Schwartz, who was in official contact in Zagreb, said that his country supports international recognition of Kosovo.
Reminding that Croatia has always supported Kosovo, Milanović said, “Croatia will continue to support Kosovo’s future independence and the country’s participation in Euro-Atlantic processes.” Use phrases.
Stressing that the normalization steps in relations between Kosovo and Serbia will provide long-term stability for southeastern Europe and a European perspective for the region, Milanović said, “I expect all EU member states to recognize Kosovo’s independence.” He said.
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