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EU Special Representative Lajčák met with Kosovo leadership to prepare the High-level meeting of the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue

Jun 2, 2021

Today, the EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue and other Western Balkan regional issues, Miroslav Lajčák, wrapped up his 2-day working visit to Kosovo.

Ambassador Lajčák visited Kosovo as part of the necessary preparations for the High-level meeting of the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue scheduled for later this month. 

This was the focus of his consultations with President Osmani, Prime Minister Kurti, First Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Development and the Dialogue Bislimi, Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora Gervalla.

“My visit to Kosovo has been a productive one with the primary aim to ensure the best possible preparation for the leaders’ meeting in Brussels later in June”, Mr. Lajčák stated.

In Kosovo, Ambassador Lajčák was joined by Matthew A. Palmer, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs with responsibility for the Western Balkans and the Aegean and Special Representative for the Western Balkans. “Being here today with my good friend Matt Palmer is a sign of our close transatlantic cooperation”, the EU Special Representative concluded.

Mr Lajčák also met with representatives of the international community and heads of EU member states in Kosovo.

Later this week, EU Special Representative Lajčák will visit Belgrade to continue preparations for the high-level meeting.




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