Draft:2018 Kosovo–Serbia trade war
Haradinaj added that in the end, Kosovo can do without Serbia's recognition.
Haradinaj told reporters after returning from the United States that he met with US Special Envoy for the Balkans Matthew Palmer to discuss "bilateral relations and te Kosovo-Serbia dialogue".
At first, Kosovo denied that these derecognitions had even occurred, with some arguing that such moves were not legally possible. However, as the number mounted up - the current tally of derecognitions claimed by Belgrade now lies at 15, the latest being the Togo, in late-August, the mood in Pristina has changed.
"The abolition of the imposed tariffs is crucial", Hahn said.
He underlined the importance of reaching agreement between Belgrade and Pristina on the meeting of the Foreign Affairs ministers of EU and Western Balkans.
"Reaching solution, and a positive outcome of the Serbia-Kosovo dialogue is a key element for the future European perspective of the whole region", Hahn said.
Dai said for RTS that in this moment less than 100 countries acknowledge the independence of so-called Kosovo.
They said that they are prepared to sit down at the table to find a final, legally binding agreement within existing borders, which leads to mutual recognition.
Commenting on the request of the Quint countries for the resumption of dialogue, a statement from the outgoing prime minister's cabinet said for Radio Free Europe that "no conditions should be set on that process".
Berlin also finds unacceptable the conditions that Kosovo Government set, he added.
"It is absurd to request from Serbia to recognize Kosovo as a precondition for dialogue resumption", Hellbach noted for the Pristina based daily Koha ditore.
Ramush Haradinaj resigned, as Radio Free Europe explains, as it was unacceptable for him to show in front of Special court for war crimes' prosecutors in the Hague, which summoned him as suspect, in his Prime Minister capacity.
"I understand rejoice, in a way a kind of satisfaction due to the fact that Ramush Haradinaj was summoned by the court. However, there is no reason to get excited about it.
Menendez considers that it is important for Kosovo to be prepared for that phase, in order to be able to reach final agreement.