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State Dept Spokesman Victoria Nuland

USA wants solution of Belgrade-Pristina problems

05. October 2011. | 13:12

Source: Tanjug

The United States of America (USA) has expressed interest in solving the trade problems between Belgrade and Pristina, as well as disappointment with the fact that Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) still has not formed the government.

The United States of America (USA) has expressed interest in solving the trade problems between Belgrade and Pristina, as well as disappointment with the fact that Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) still has not formed the government.

Before the recent clashes, Serbia and Kosovo made a certain progress and we want them to continue with that. The USA considers that this is in the interest of both countries, State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland told a press conference answering the question on the existing trade disturbances.

The USA was concerned over the roadblocks in northern Kosovo, and our stand is that KFOR had to respond, she reiterated, adding that that the situation in the province has eased.

Commenting on the situation in BiH, Nuland underscored that it is rather disappointing that a government has not been formed yet.

BiH's neighboring countries move forward in their efforts towards EU integration, and Bosnia is buried in the past and stagnates, she assessed.

Nuland called on leaders of six biggest political parties in BiH to complete the agreement on forming of the Council of Ministers and fulfill their democratic obligation towards the citizens.

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