Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Donica Jervala described the measures stipulated in the sanctions clause announced by the European Union against Kosovo as unnecessary.
Stating that the issue is not the freezing of EU funds, but its temporary suspension, Jirvala said such messages are dangerous and may create an impression on Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic that they may perpetuate instability not only in Kosovo but also in the region. .
Speaking after the opening ceremony of the ‘Celebrate with the heart, not the gun’ campaign organized by the Home Ministry, Jirvala said, “The measures that have been taken as part of the EU’s efforts to calm the situation in northern Kosovo are those that the EU has deemed reasonable. We consider such Actions are unnecessary because in such a situation that we find ourselves in, it is important that the message be sent to those who are causing unrest in northern Kosovo, clearly and without the possibility of misunderstandings.” Use phrases.
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