The US Government will not lead the normalisation process between the official Belgrade and Pristina, that is the European Union’s (EU) job, but we will be there to help as much as possible,” US Ambassador to Serbia Kyle Scott said in an interview with FoNet.
“But what the normalisation will be like and what an agreement will look like, we don’t know yet,” Scott said, pointing out that the US supports the EU in this process. According to him, “any permanent solution should come from negotiators, meaning from Belgrade and Pristina.”
“The international community can’t just say one thing or the other for everyone to apply, but the suggestion must come from you and Kosovo. It must be something that is permanent, and that can be implemented – not an impossible idea,” Scot explained.
The solution must bring stability to the region, not make it more unstable, the Ambassador said adding that the US does not have a “red line” nor will they accept “just anything that comes from Belgrade and Pristina.”
“But we’re open for a solution and we want to see what the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina will be, and we know there will be no agreement if there are no negotiations,” Scott noted.