Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, said that Serbia has two options, which are either to recognize Kosovo or to follow Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, spoke to the press in North Macedonia. Prime Minister Kurti stated that the Serbian administration has two options, one is to recognize Kosovo’s independence, and the other is to follow Russian President Vladimir Putin. Kurti said he hoped Serbia would recognize Kosovo and believed it was “the only realistic option”. They make up a section of Serbian citizens, but currently in power there is another section with strong ties to Russia, the Balkan underworld, oligarchy and absolutism. Kurti said he hoped that the party that would eventually win in Serbia would be the democratic part of the country and that Serbia would recognize Kosovo.
Corti and Vucic are expected to meet in Skopje on March 18
Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met in Brussels on Monday with the mediation of the European Union. Although Corti and Vucic announced their verbal acceptance of the agreement, which is reported as the basis for normalizing relations between Kosovo and Serbia and publicly described as a Franco-German plan, they did not sign it.
The two leaders are expected to meet again on March 18 in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, to discuss the agreement, which provides for the de facto recognition of Kosovo and Serbia.
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