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International community becomes nervous about Kosovo’s stand on the recognition (Danas)

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According to the diplomatic source of Belgrade daily newspapers Danas, Thaci and Haradinaj have been preparing the Kosovo public for a long time to say at some point that recognition of Serbia is not the most important thing.

The same source says that Serbia should not be bothered with the ultimate goal in the state platform of Kosovo for the finalization of the Brussels dialogue, and the mutual recognition and a chair in the UN, because it will certainly not happen, writes Danas in today’s edition.

The source states that it is completely normal that in the Kosovo platform adopted by the Government and forwarded to the Assembly for consideration, there is a demand for full recognition of Kosovo, because President Thaci and Prime Minister Haradinaj cannot pronounce anything else than that, as well as the Serbian state top still calls Kosovo the southern Serbian province, and from the Kosovo authorities require permission for the visit.

The source assesses the message, sent from the Presidency at the Andric’s wreath that Brussels’s dialogue would become meaningless if the Kosovo parliament adopted the platform, as a hasty one, claiming that a part of the international community is becoming nervous about Kosovo’s tough stance about the full recognition in the normalization of relations.

– This is clearly put to the attention of Thaci and Haradinaj, so the insisting on full recognition in terms of negotiating position slowly becomes their weakness. They are aware that they will have to explain to their electorate why they have not received much recognition because they owe this to them. Therefore, I do not see any reason for hasty messages from the Serbian presidency, unless they are simply not informed enough or cannot do their job – explains the source of Danas from diplomatic circles.

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