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Serbia’s foreign minister calls for compromise over Kosovo (Reuters)

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BELGRADE (Reuters) – Serbia’s foreign minister and a top ally of President Aleksandar Vucic has suggested a compromise to end a conflict over Kosovo, the newest independent European state that is blocking Serbia’s hopes of European Union membership.

Serbia, where many regard Kosovo as the cradle of their nation and Orthodox Christian faith, refuses to recognize the independence of its former Southern province and has been blocking its membership in organizations including Interpol and UNESCO.

But normalization of relations with Pristina is a key condition for Serbia to come closer to membership in the European Union, which the government has set as its priority.

See at: https://af.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idAFKCN1AU18U

 

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