Kosovo Parliament Speaker Glauc Konjovka stated that Kosovo and North Macedonia share common strategic and geopolitical goals and affirmed the two countries’ desire to join the European Union.
On an official visit to North Macedonia, Parliament Speaker Glauc Konovka met with his counterpart Talat Shaveri in the capital, Skopje. The speakers of the parliaments of the two countries held a joint press conference after the meeting.
Assembly President Konjovka emphasized the close parliamentary and intergovernmental cooperation between Kosovo and North Macedonia and said: “Kosovo and North Macedonia share common strategic and geopolitical goals. The most important example of this is the desire of the two countries to join the European Union.
Referring to the tension between Kosovo and Serbia, Konjovka said, “Serbia supports Serb criminal groups (in Kosovo) and we know these people are on the blacklist of the United States and Great Britain. We will not allow Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to lead these groups in northern Kosovo. Serbia aims to Destabilizing northern Kosovo “We want the international community not to remain silent about what is happening in the north,” he said.
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