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Hoxhaj: Tadic should make positive steps towards Kosovo

15. July 2011. | 10:59

Source: Beta

Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj is urging Serbian President Boris Tadic to "make the same positive steps towards Kosovo as he did towards Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia."

Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj is urging Serbian President Boris Tadic to "make the same positive steps towards Kosovo as he did towards Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia."

In an interview to Deutsche Welle, Hoxhaj pointed out that the changing of borders in the Balkans is finished once and for all, and called on the countries of the region to turn from great nationalist ideas and towards the great idea of Europe.

"Kosovo is nowadays a multi-ethnic state organized on the basis of civil, not ethnic affiliation, the goal of which is a stable and safe life in the EU," Hoxhaj said.

Commenting on relations between Belgrade and Pristina, Hoxhaj said that "dialogue between the two states represents a good step" which has created "positive elan in both countries."

Hoxhaj stressed that "Pristina will be dedicated to peace, stability and security in the region in order to accomplish one of its goals, which is EU membership."

"I believe it is time also for the representatives of the Serbian government, the politicians in Serbia, the media, to think and start accepting the reality. I do not think we should waste the next 20 years, like we have been so far," he said.

The Kosovo foreign minister pointed out that "the issue of status was solved with the declaration of Kosovo's independence, after years of negotiations and a long process."


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