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The President of Kosovo, Fyuza Osmani, said that the draft statute of the Federation of Serbian Municipalities, which is to be established in the municipalities where most Serbs live in the country, should be submitted by Kosovo.

Osmani stated in a statement to the press that the declaration, which is expected to be approved in Brussels this evening, about the unknown fate of the Kosovo war, is very important and said, “As President, I expect that the Republic of Kosovo has its own (Union of Serbian Municipalities) project. Because we cannot allow the project Which the management team, and in fact Levicic, is supposed to be the basis for the negotiations. We must have a draft that is fully in line with the constitution and will ensure that sovereignty and territorial integrity are not compromised. Use phrases.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic also stated in a statement on his social media account that the meeting in Brussels will be difficult, and he said that the great Western powers are against them.

Justice on their side, Vucic said, “does not understand the intense love of freedom and the desire to protect that freedom despite all the pressures.” He rated it.

The negotiations of the leaders of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo, mediated by the European Union, continue this evening in the Belgian capital, Brussels.

It is expected that the two parties will agree to declare the unknown fate of the Kosovo war as the first item on the agenda, and then discuss the first draft of the charter for the Federation of Serb Municipalities in Kosovo.

The agreement establishing the Federation of Serb Municipalities in Kosovo’s mostly Serb municipalities between Kosovo and Serbia was signed in 2013 with EU mediation, but has not been put into practice.

Relations between Serbia and Kosovo

Serbia considers Kosovo, which unilaterally declared its independence in 2008, to be its territory.

Serbia and Kosovo, which clash periodically, are trying to find a common way to normalize relations, and eventually the two countries get to know each other, within the scope of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue process initiated in 2011 with the mediation of the European Union.

On March 18, in the EU-mediated negotiations in Ohrid, North Macedonia, which lasted about 12 hours, an agreement was reached on an agreement that would normalize relations between the two countries.

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