“It is important to support dialogue,” a statement from the German government said.
The Berlin administration wants to de-escalate tensions between Serbia and Kosovo.
German Deputy Government Spokesperson Christiane Hoffmann made a statement.
Hoffman said it is important to support dialogue between the two countries.
“It’s a good sign that the two parties are doing business with each other.”
Speaking in Berlin, Hoffmann expressed his relief that the German government has eased tensions in the situation between Kosovo and Serbia, adding that it is a good sign that the two sides are getting closer to each other.
“It is important to support dialogue”
Hoffman said that the Serb minority in northern Kosovo removed barriers from the streets and that Kosovo opened the border gate with Serbia. “It is now important above all to support the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia.” He said.
Christian Hoffmann indicated that Germany supports this dialogue and the mediation efforts undertaken by the European Union.
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