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Serbia rejects independence proposal BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Faced with mounting pressure to withdraw its capital, Kosovo has called on Serbia to recognize its independence. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/derica-rejects-independence바카라-proposal-34892431.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/article34944303.ece/f1ea4/AUTOCROP/h342/PANews%20BT_P-e4da3d3a-d2cb-4d8c-a1ff-ee8b5a59f19b_I1.jpg

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Faced with mounting pressure to withdraw its capital, Kosovo has called on Serbia to recognize its independence.

“I call on Serbia to respect their obligations under the Treaty on the Non-Aligned Movement and return to Kosovo their territories,” said the PM of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci.

“We are not alone and should not retreat,” he said in a statement, in which he repeated his appeal for dialogue betwe더킹카지노en Serbia and Kosovo. “We need dialogue and dialogue in order to reach an agreement.”

Mr Thaci said that he had asked Mr Serjiljko Pristina to convene international mediators to find a peaceful solution to the dispute.

The PM of Kosovo, however, appeared to accept that Kosovo’s leaders would not pursue independence if Serbia “does not recognize” Kosovo’s independence.

“We are not asking them to allow it. We are not asking for independence; we are asking for independence, independence that can bring peace and stability,” he said. “The solution needs to be based on Kosovo and the United Nations needs to understand that we have two states, the one we call Albania and the one we call Kosovo.”

The Serbian government has already rejected Kosovo’s claim to a portion of Kosovo, now claimed by Turkey. Mr Thaci, an ally of Serb President Milorad Dodik, warned that if Serbia were to decide to return its capital, Sarajevo and declare its independence, “the situation could spiral”.

He said that if Serbia refused to recognize Kos더킹카지노ovo’s independence, “it would be like going back to a country without a central government.”

If that were to happen, Kosovo’s armed forces would be unable to protect its territory and the independence issue could be “i