Working dinner in New York: Dacic meets with Mogherini and Western Balkans leaders
Mogherini organized a working dinner on the eve of the UN General Assembly in New York
Mogherini organized the working dinner on the eve of the UN General Assembly in New York.
The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Council of Ministers of BiH in the technical mandate, Igor Crnadak, Prime Minister of North Macedonia Zoran Zaev, and the president of temporary Pristina institutions, Hashim Thaci.
Ahead of the start of the UN General Assembly, Brussels is announcing that the EU continues to be a leader in global cooperation and will, together with its partners, continue to support peace and democracy and promote international law and human rights.
CALL FOR CONTINUATION OF BELGRADE-PRISTINA DIALOGUE
EU foreign policy Fedric Mogherini and Western Balkan leaders supported during their meeting in New York the continuation of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and called for a legally binding agreement on normalization of relations to be reached soon, the European Commission said.
They said in Brussels that the EU foreign policy chief and representatives from the region considered the "significant progress" that has been achieved, as well as the future tasks towards the EU perspective of the Western Balkans.
"Everyone supported the continuation of the dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo and reaching a legally binding agreement on a full normalization of relations soon," the European Commission said in a statement.
Mogherini and representatives from the region also called for the opening of accession talks of North Macedonia and Albania, which they assessed as crucial, both for the two countries and for the region and the EU.
"All Western Balkans partners reaffirmed their strong commitment to the EU perspective, insisting on continued reforms, regional cooperation and good neighborly relations," said the Commission.
During their meeting in New York, the high representative and representatives of the Western Balkan countries expressed solidarity with Albania after a series of strong earthquakes struck the country over the weekend.
The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a technical mandate, Igor Crnadak, Prime Minister of North Macedonia Zoran Zaev, and President of the Provisional Kosovo Institutions Hashim Thaci.
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