Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said: “Kosovo is independent today and Serbia is slowly beginning to realize this fact that cannot be changed.” He said,
Recalling that the day when Serbia will recognize Kosovo is very far away, Rama said:PristinaCompromises to be made, no matter how painful, BelgradeHe said: The camel is afraid of those who accept it in dialogue.
After the meeting in Ohrid, Rama said he saw a light at the end of the tunnel on dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina.
When asked what he thought of Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti’s vocal opposition to the establishment of the Union of Serbian Municipalities (ZSO), Rama said that this transition was not easy.
Rama stated that relations in the Balkans, including those between Belgrade and Pristina, have never been in the best condition.
Referring to the pressure on Serbia to impose sanctions on Russia, Rama said that there should be no pressure on Serbia for this reason.
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