U.S. Ambassador:”Difficult decisions have been made, progress is visible”

The U.S. Ambassador to Serbia, Christopher Hill, said in the southern Serbian town of Presevo, that progress was noticeable after top officials from Belgrade and Pristina took difficult decisions in accepting the European Union-proposed agreement.

The ambassador added that a lot of people are worried about how everything will end but that they should support the people who made such difficult decisions.

Hill also said that one of the most important elements of the agreement is the formation of the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO) in Kosovo.

He noted that he believed that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic wanted to normalize Belgrade-Pristina relations, as well as Serbia’s relations with Brussels. “I think this leads to a better situation with the EU,” he said.

The Ambassador said that the United States fully supports the EU’s efforts but added that Washington is not a participant nor is it party to the agreement between Serbia, Kosovo and the EU even though it was involved in the process.

“I think the Serbs are clearly showing the direction they want to go. If it was towards Russia, I’m not sure they would be on the good side,” Hill pointed out.

(Kurir, 29.03.2023)


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