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04. 09. 2020. 00:00   >>  18:10 0


Trump to meet Vucic and Hoti

The White House announced that Donald Trump will oversee a signing ceremony for a Belgrade-Pristina agreement with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti on Friday.

Officials from both delegations have not given details about the agreement expected to be signed so far, but they have confirmed that it focuses on economic topics.

Trump will then hold a meeting with Vucic and Hoti, who will then go on to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the State Department.

According to Klan Kosova TV, four drafts of the agreement were initially discussed, with the first being an attempt to settle the two countries’ long-running dispute with mutual recognition.

Vucic confirmed this, and said he firmly rejected the suggestion that Serbia could recognise Kosovo as independent.

“That paper was terribly difficult, one of the points was the one about mutual recognition… I said we cannot accept that, the people in Trump’s office were fair, they listened to what we had to say and I think that in the following documents, the second and third, that provision no longer exists,” Vucic told media.

Vucic and Hoti could only agree on the fourth draft, which focused on economic issues alone, it was reported.

Hoti said after the meeting that the two sides “have made great progress in advancing economic cooperation”.



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