UNMIK Urges Vucic, Kurti To Engage Constructively | Beta Briefing

UNMIK Urges Vucic, Kurti To Engage Constructively

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Archive / News | 17.08.22 | access_time 16:48

Dialogue Belgrade - Pristina (BETAPHOTO/European Council/Mario Salerno/DS)

The U.N. secretary general's special representative and UNMIK chief, Caroline Ziadeh, urged Belgrade and Pristina on Aug. 17 to engage constructively and support the integrity of the EU-facilitated dialogue process.

"It is fundamentally important to promote the climate that is conducive to true dialogue. The sides must work on solving open issues in good faith, using the engagement of the past 11 years in order to secure additions to the hard-obtained gains in the dialogue mediated by the EU," Ziadeh stated ahead of the meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Premier Albin Kurti.

In her words, dialogue and compromise represent the only sustainable path to stability, prosperity and security for all.

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