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The Foreign Ministers of Bulgaria, Slovenia and Hungary called upon Serbia and Kosovo to start a dialogue

24 September 2010 News

The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria, Slovenia and Hungary Nickolay Mladenov, Samuel Zbogar and Janos Martonyi called on their colleagues from Serbia and Kosovo Vuk Jeremic and Skender Hyseni to start a dialogue  based on the resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly regarding the ruling of the International Court of Justice in the Hague on Kosovo’s  status.

The EU-Serbia co-sponsored UN draft-resolution regarding the advisory opinion of the International Court was a sign of the common will to re-affirm the European perspective of Serbia, Kosovo and the entire region of the Western Balkans, the letters to the Serb and the Kosovar foreign ministers said. The adoption of the UNGA resolution opened up the chance for a pragmatic dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, which will contribute to peace, security and stability in the region.  

The three ministers stated their readiness to endorse Serbia’s bid for EU membership before the European Commission and expressed their hope to see the country integrated into the Union as soon as possible. In conclusion, foreign ministers Mladenov, Zbogar and Martonyi urged Serbia and Kosovo not to miss the favourable moment created in the aftermath of the adoption of the resolution by the UN General Assembly and to launch bilateral talks which would stimulate the European integration of the whole region.

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