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EU hasn’t defined interest in relation to Kosovo’s independence

07. March 2010. | 09:26

Source: Koha Ditore

Koha Ditore reports that a delegation of analysts and members of parliament form Spain, debated yesterday at roundtable organized by “Forum 2015”, on Spain’s policy during European Union presidency.

Koha Ditore reports that a delegation of analysts and members of parliament form Spain, debated yesterday at roundtable organized by “Forum 2015”, on Spain’s policy during European Union presidency.

This daily reports that the professor for foreign policies Jose Ignacio Torreblanca, said that parallels should not be drawn between Kosovo and secessionist movements.

“The truth is that we cannot define an EU interest until it is not recognized by all states. There is no EU decision on Kosovo. The fact that 22 countries are on one side and five on the other does not make a difference…We are not united as EU countries in relation to Russia, China, or Turkey’s membership in EU,” said Torreblanca.

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