A Balkan summit in Berlin contributed to settling the ongoing conflict between Belgrade and Prishtina and this was the perfect moment for resolving the complicated relations between the two countries, said the President of Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic, following the Western Balkans Summit.
It was agreed that the dialogue would continue to be backed by the European Union (EU) and that France and Germany should intervene directly, reported RTK2, quoting the Montenegrin portal CdM.
“This would ensure that the quality and intensity of the dialogue is sufficiently good, and in next few months, we’ll know whether there’s a potential to solve this issue in this generation,” said Djukanovic.
He recalled that for Montenegro stability meant integration of the Western Balkans.
“And stability is a category of interest not only for the Western Balkans, as it’s about the stability of Europe,” emphasized Djukanovic.