Slovakia's reaction to the 2008 Kosovo declaration of independence

"No recognition of Kosovo within existing borders"

He added that it was unlikely that Belgrade would recognize Kosovo at all, although he said he had heard from the US that the EU had changed its stance and could ask Belgrade for recognition.
Asked if Serbia would ever recognize Kosovo as an equal member of the international community, Vucic replied that it was a difficult question for the Serbs.

"Serbia is under pressure, while Pristina is praised. We are running out of patience"

Serbian Foreign Affairs Chief added that we can expect new arrivals of international officials to Serbia at the end of August, offering new initiatives concerning Kosovo issue. Dacic reiterated that USA avoid exerting pressure on Serbia as they are aware that the problem is not in Belgrade, but in Pristina.

Slovakia "explicitly against formation of Kosovo army"

At a press conference after his meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic in Bratislava on Tuesday, Pellegrini "stressed that his country continues to strongly support the territorial integrity of Serbia, and is not changing its stance on the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo," Tanjug is reporting.

Dacic confirms, Pristina denies new recognition withdrawal

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has confirmed this information.

Solomon Islands were among the countries that recently did not vote for Kosovo's admission to Interpol.

Koha writes that this state in Oceania has informed the Kosovo Foreign Ministry in writing about the withdrawal of the recognition of Kosovo.