Kicmari: Palmer gave the first signals that the new US administration continues its engagement in the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue – Latest News
Former Kosovo Ambassador to Austria and Australia, Sabri Kicmari, is highly appreciating the messages of the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Matthew Palmer, recently given to Kosovo politics.
He stated in Info Magazine that these are the first signals of the new US administration that they will continue their commitment regarding the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, reports Klan Kosova. =
“It is seen that a new atmosphere has been created. “After the results of the February 14 elections, and after the US elections, Matthew Palmer has given the first signals that the US will continue to be committed to the dialogue between the Republic of Kosovo and Serbia, for the normalization of relations between the two countries.” .
“President Biden’s own letter to the Serbian president was a clear signal that they could record it on the analytical level as a kind of turning point, citing the end result of such a dialogue, which is mutual recognition, said in President Biden’s letter, which for me it is a very positive signal, and it seems to me that it is also important for the Serbian side to register that this path, this dialogue process will end with mutual recognition “.
“Based on what I was able to record from the information from the online meetings, these are friendly messages that we have been waiting for from the new Administration of President Biden and I believe that these signals are a good sign in preparing the climate for an equal dialogue with principles. and that consequently a process that should end with mutual recognition ”.