Vuiqiiq after meeting with Palmer and Lajçak: I believe in reaching a compromise solution – Latest News
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The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vuiqi., Received this afternoon the EU Special Representative for the Dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, Miroslav Lajçak.
About half an hour later, DASH Special Envoy for the Western Balkans Matthew Palmer joined the meeting, which was held at the Serbian Presidency.
The Serbian president stated about this meeting on his Instagram profile.
“Good conversation with the EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and other Western Balkans issues, Miroslav Lajcak, and with the State Department Special Representative for the Western Balkans, Matthew Palmer. “Soon the dialogue with Pristina will continue and I believe in the possibility of reaching a compromise solution”, wrote Vuçiqi, reports Zeri.info.
The meeting between them came shortly after Palmeri and Lajçaku stayed in Kosovo, where they held meetings with state leaders and Western diplomats with missions in Kosovo.
As Laçkaku said, the purpose of the visit is to prepare for a high-level meeting between the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vuiqiiq, which will be held in a few days in Brussels.
In Kosovo, Palmer reiterated the position that the US strongly supports the dialogue between the two countries, which should result in reaching a final agreement and mutual recognition.
However, Serbian President Vuiqiiq has recently warned that his country is under increasing pressure, but stressed that he is looking to get the most out of this dialogue for Serbia and its people.
“But the US and Western powers are asking Serbia to recognize Kosovo in one way or another. “They are not even trying to say it in other forms, but directly, with the mention of mutual recognition”, said Vuiqi., Emphasizing that the situation is not easy at all, and that no one is offering Serbia cakes and apples.
The resumption of the Brussels dialogue is expected to resume on 15 June. / Voice