In a bid to push the governments of Serbia and Kosovo to renew the stalled EU-facilitated dialogue on normalisation of relations, 47 civil society organisations, CSOs, from both countries on Friday urged them to make more of an effort, expressing "deep concern" about a "deteriorating situation on the ground".
"The final agreement should be centred on mutual recognition," Bislimi, who is Prime Minister Albin Kurti's person in charge of the dialogue, added.
'Nothing is happening'
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti (second left) and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic (right) meet for the first time in Brussels, June 15, 2021. Photo: Josep Borrell/Twitter.
This was announced by the Office for Kosovo and Metohija of the Government of Serbia.
The statement points out that this is a "deliberate, dangerous provocation aimed at provoking an unbalanced reaction of the Serbian people in the north of the province, who suffered severely at the hands of KLA terrorists."
Belgrade – President Borut Pahor will visit Serbia on Sunday and Kosovo on Monday as he prepares for the next summit of the Brdo-Brijuni Process, a regional cooperation initiative. He is scheduled to meet Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić today, and Kosovar President Vjosa Osmani and Prime Minister Albin Kurti tomorrow.