Borrell: EU to endorse Belgrade-Pristina declaration on missing persons

BRUSSELS - EU foreign policy and security chief Josep Borrell announced on Wednesday the EU would endorse the text of a Belgrade-Pristina declaration on missing persons, agreed by the chief negotiators of the two parties in Brussels on Tuesday.

"The agreement they reached on the text on the declaration on missing persons during yesterday's chief negotiators meeting is a first step.

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The meeting, which was called by the High Representative of the EU, Josep Borrell, and at which participation was confirmed by the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and the Prime Minister of the temporary institutions in Pristina, will take place with the support of the Special Representative of the EU, Miroslav Lajcak.

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At least that's what the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, told journalists, reports AP.
In addition to the old reflex and "historical memory" of the era of colonization, but also the recent wars of the West in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and the bombing of Yugoslavia, this was particularly noticeable when it comes to views and attitudes towards the war in Ukraine.