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Stefanovic: Dialogue only way to solve problems in Kosovo

15. July 2011. | 11:01

Source: Emg.rs

Minister for Kosovo Goran Bogdanovic said Thursday that Serbia wanted compromise and peaceful solutions for problems in Kosovo.

Minister for Kosovo Goran Bogdanovic said Thursday that Serbia wanted compromise and peaceful solutions for problems in Kosovo.

"Serbia wants compromise and we undoubtedly want to solve all problems which exist in Kosovo," Bogdanovic said.

"Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina is the only way to solve the problem of Kosovo, and anything else can lead us into an abyss and conflicts," he said.

Bogdanovic said he expected compromise solutions would be found in the next round of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, adding he could not speculate about the issues on which agreement could be reached first.

Bogdanovic hosted a feast for the village patron saint's day in Vracevo, near Lesak, in northern Kosovo.

He said the big turnout at the feast showed people wanted to stay in Kosovo, adding Serbia should encourage young people to stay in the province by investing in infrastructure.


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