This is what Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said on the occasion of the upcoming meeting on August 18 in Brussels with Serbian President Aleksandar Vui, Koha reported.
Kurti stated that the agreement depends on the Serbian side, because the Kosovo side is ready and unwavering for mutual recognition.
Citing heavy dependence, those countries in June secured an exemption from the EU's Russian oil embargo - due to kick in at the end of the year - for imports delivered by the Druzhba pipeline. The route carries around 250,000 barrels per day to the region. Slovakia imports over 95 per cent of its oil through Druzhba, and sends processed fuels on to its neighbours.
Energy Minister Fatih Dönmez said the work on the natural gas discovered in the Black Sea continues and they aim to "burn this gas on land in the first quarter of 2023, in March."
Türkiye aims to finalize its current drills for natural gas in the Black Sea wells in 2023, the minister told the Anadolu Agency on Aug. 11.
Amidst a political uproar over the National Intelligence Agency's tapping of the phone of centre-left Pasok-Kinal leader Nikos Androuakis, New Democracy MP Charalambos Athanasiou, the second deputy speaker of Parliament and a former justice minister, cited Muslim MPs of ethnic Turkish origin as an example of legitimate surveillance of an MP by Greece's National Intelligence Service for reasons
The Sanctions Buster
Slobodan Tesic is reputedly one of the biggest arms traders in the Balkans. He is also one of the most controversial in the region, having been the subject of UN sanctions over violations of embargoes on weapons exports to Liberia for the best part of a decade.