PRISTINA – Kosovo Foreign Minister Beghjet Pacolli established Council on Promoting Peace between Belgrade and Pristina headed by Klara Buda , a journalist and writer from Albania, a Pristina-based Gazeta Express reported.
According to Gazeta Express, who had insight into the document, this Council will develop a platform for the functioning and annual activities that this body will organize.
Council will, as it is said, be financed from institutions and donations.
“The Council for the Promotion of Peace between Kosovo and Serbia can seek donations to support its activities,” the document, whose facsimile published the portal of the Pristina diary, reads.
“Belgrade and Pristina talked for a long time with Brussels, with strong pressure from Washington. The parties have signed agreements several times, but have often stopped because of lack of political will,” the paper said.
While Pristina and Belgrade have negotiated at a high level in recent years, demanding large-scale diplomatic investments from the world’s most powerful centers, Pacolli’s initiative seems confusing and reminiscent of the activities of the 1990s when Kosovo’s problem was to be resolved through commissions and non-governmental organizations, transmits the KosSev portal.