Miroslav Lajcak, the European Special Envoy for the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue, said shortly before today’s high-level meeting that the statute of the Union of Serbian Municipalities should be acceptable to both parties and in line with European standards.
Stating that the management team will present the draft, Lajác said, “I don’t know the content, but the process must begin. The charter of the Federation of Serbian Municipalities must be acceptable to Kosovo and Serbia and comply with European standards. This will be the most important step,” he said.
Therefore, we must apply what was outlined before, but at the same time we must be inspired by the practical solutions of existing European models. “We don’t want to create something that hasn’t been tested anywhere in the world, but we want countries to be inspired by European models that work well.”
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