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Kosovo's prime minister blames EU envoy for the failure of recent talks with Serbia

  • Kosovo's prime minister criticized the European Union for the failure of recent talks with Serbia, accusing the EU envoy of lacking neutrality and coordination with Belgrade. The prime minister called for consultations with Brussels, Washington, and other main players to bring the talks back on track.
  • Serbia's continuous violation of the February agreement has not been punished, according to the prime minister of Kosovo. The EU representatives were criticized for not reacting to these violations, while the EU envoy was accused of running counter to the basic agreement and coordinating with Serbia's president in the recent talks.
  • The conflict between Kosovo and Serbia, which stems from the 1998-1999 war, remains unresolved. Kosovo declared independence in 2008, which Belgrade has refused to recognize. The EU has presented a 10-point plan to address the political crises, but concerns about Moscow's influence in the Balkans persist.
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