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“The agreement in 2019; neither Kosovo or Serbia will be asked much” (KIM radio, KTV)

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Kosovo Assembly Vice President Xhavit Haliti said that Pristina and Belgrade would not be asked much about the agreement on normalizing relations between Kosovo and Serbia.

He told Pristina based KTV that a legally binding agreement would be reached this year, and only thanks to the high pressure of Western diplomacy, reports KIM radio.

“We have the official US policy that declared they would like and would accept a historic agreement between Kosovo and Serbia but will not accept any agreement.” A balance means that Serbia has some specific interests in Kosovo, and I am speaking based on what I hear in the Serbian media, to be achieved some special status for the SOC churches in Kosovo,” Haliti said.

He says that the Serbian media reports about the annexation of four municipalities from northern Kosovo to Serbia, just as Kosovo’s is talking about the unification of the Presevo Valley to Kosovo.

”I believe that there will be an extremely high pressure to reach an agreement, and Kosovo and Serbia will be asked little about it,” said Haliti.

He expects the agreement to end with a joint meeting, and from which would be come out with the signatures on the agreement.

Responding to the opposition’s opposing to reach an agreement as soon as possible, Haliti says that “only fools can oppose the United States”. He expects the opposition to agree at the end, “when they are placed next to the wall”.

“I do not believe that America has any interest in demanding something that is not in the interest of Kosovo. Now the price should be paid by both sides, something should be given, now I do not know what exactly this is. We will not be asked, it will be decided, and we will sign it voluntarily,” Haliti said.

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