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Belgrade hands non-paper with four demands to EU ambassadors

Jadranka Joksimović and Marko Đurić; Photo: Tanjug/Rade Prelic

BELGRADE – Serbian Minister for European Integration Jadranka Joksimović and the head of the government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Đurić, on Thursday handed to ambassadors of EU member states a non-paper pointing to the latest coordinated moves by Albanian leaders aimed at a gradual legitimisation of the Greater Albania project, Tanjug reports.
The document contains four demands, the Večernje novosti daily reported.

According to the report, Belgrade wants the relevant international actors to condemn an aggressive rhetoric that is pushing the Western Balkans into new conflicts and divisions, and demands a continuation of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, a balanced and peaceful political solution to the crisis in Macedonia, and respect of international norms regarding the territorial integrity and sovereignty of internationally recognised states.

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