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Status Quo

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Archive / Analysis | 15.11.23 | access_time 22:07

Photo: Serbian Government/Pedja Vuckovic)

In its latest annual report on Serbia, the European Commission has not noted any significant progress compared to the previous year. The report has confirmed that the key obstacles on Serbia’s European path are still its relations with Pristina and failure to impose sanctions against Russia. The leaders of Europe’s three most powerful countries recently asked the authorities in Belgrade to de facto recognize Kosovo’s independence, which Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is telling the public at home that he is not ready to do. On the other hand, Vucic is not ready to issue a protest to France and Germany over the scandalous moving of a monument to Serbian soldiers at the Orthodox cemetery in Pristina either.

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