Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said in Minsk that the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina should lead to a sustainable solution for Kosovo and Metohija, with the Belarus news agency Belta reporting that Branbic has met with Hashim Thaci on the margins of the Minsk Security Conference.
Brnabic told reporters the two parties reviewed the progress in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and expressed the hope that they would be able to come to an agreement, a compromise that will lead to greater stability in the region.
“Belgrade is committed to dialogue and finding a compromise through dialogue,” Brnabic emphasized in her address.
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She assessed that that was not a simple process and that dialogue was the only way to find a long-term sustainable solution.
The Prime Minister pointed out that the dialogue was otherwise difficult and complicated, “which makes it important for us not to make this process more difficult by establishing red lines”. She also underlined the importance of Germany’s support in this aspect.
“The compromise solution is the key to stability and security in the region, as well as the crucial factor for the economic prospect and prosperity of all citizens of the region,” said Brnabic at the conference which she is attending following an invitation of Wolfgang Ischinger, who chairs the conference.
Speaking about the conference itself, the Serbian Prime Minister said she had “great expectations because it discusses important issues on the international agenda: the East-West relations, the Minsk Process and others.”
Brnabic added that this was her first time in Minsk, that she was happy to have such an opportunity, and “commended the level of the Belarusian-Serbian relations, including at the level of the heads of state.”
Brnabic will also have a separate meeting with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and Prime Minister Syarhey Rumas.
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