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Haradinaj: No alternative to dialogue (media)

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Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, said the Kosovo delegation in talks with Serbia had a more than three-hour long meeting with EU officials in Brussels and discussed the structure of dialogue in the past and the future as well as the current state of implementation of agreements reached in the process. In a Facebook post Haradinaj said the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue was scheduled to take place over three days starting 16 January but was cancelled on the part of the Serbian side citing events in the northern part of Mitrovica. He said the government of Kosovo and its delegation demonstrated commitment to continue the dialogue. “There is no alternative to dialogue and as such it needs to contribute to the improvement of the lives of citizens on both sides of the border, to the conclusion of the process on normalisation of relations between the two countries and the speedy ending of this process needs to result in a comprehensive agreement leading to the recognition between the two countries,” Haradinaj wrote.

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