“Kosovo would face isolation without agreements"Source: Tanjug
PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo would have faced a total international isolation if it had not accepted agreements with Belgrade, Priština team chief Edita Tahiri has stated.
She stressed that the political dialogue with Belgrade “is a closed chapter”, Priština-based Albanian language daily Zeri reports.
Commenting on the agreements reached in Brussels, she admitted that the footnote was not something that the Kosovo government particularly liked but that it was the only possible solution.
“The footnote was accepted as a starting option, with Brussels’ promise that they would do more so the five EU member states, that still have not recognized Kosovo’s independence, would do so in the following period,” Tahiri explained.
She pointed out that the Priština authorities were working hard in order to fully implement the agreements that have been reached so far.