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Kosovo:Vucic in Munich with Borrell, Blinken, Macron, Scholz

Kurti also in Munich, sees Scholz and Colonna

18 February, 19:47
(ANSA) - BELGRADE, 18 FEB - The latest developments in the Kosovo crisis, with the European settlement plan and the new summit meeting as part of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina scheduled to take place in Brussels at the end of February, were among the central topics of talks Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic had between yesterday and today in Munich on the sidelines of the annual security conference.

Quoted in the media, Vucic referred in particular to the meeting he had with EU High Representative Josep Borrell. A conversation, he said, that was not easy and in which the head of European diplomacy returned to criticize Serbia for its refusal to join the Western sanctions regime against Russia.

Vucic also had brief meetings in the Bavarian capital with U.S.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, with whom he spoke not only about Kosovo but also about Serbia's prospects for European integration and the strengthening of bilateral relations. At Borrell's invitation, Vucic will meet Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti on Feb. 27 in Brussels in a new round of negotiations at the highest level as part of the EU-facilitated dialogue.

Meetings that Kosovar Premier Albin Kurti had today on the sidelines of the Munich conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna also focused on the same issues.

According to Serbian media, Kurti -- thanking Germany and France for their continued support for Kosovo -- emphasized Pristina's commitment to continuing the dialogue with Belgrade having as a goal good neighborly relations in the region and integration into the EU and NATO. (ANSA).

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