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MACRON IN SERBIA 16. 07. 2019.   >>  18:33 0

MACRON IN SERBIA

Vucic: France to help Kosovo

French President Emmanuel Macron pledged to relaunch talks to normalise relations between Serbia and Kosovo during an official visit to Belgrade on Monday.

After meeting his Serbian counterpart AleksandarVucic, Macron said he would invite delegations from both countries to Paris along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Belgrade's relations with Kosovo — a province that broke away from Serbia and gained its independence in 2008 following a war between Serbian government forces and Kosovar separatists in 1998-99 — have deteriorated since Pristina imposed 100% tariffs on Serbian products after Belgrade blocked its membership bid to join Interpol.

"We are seeing rising tension and sometimes these tensions are fuelled here and there by external powers that have an interest in making sure no deal is found," Macron said.

"Reaching an agreement implies that each party abstains from unilateral and non-constructive gestures and, in that respect, developments over the last few weeks have been a concern, and decisions that were against past commitments must be abrogated."

Vucic asked Macron if he could help Serbia in its bid to join the European Union but the French president made no promises, reiterating that EU decision-making needs to get more efficient before other countries join the bloc.

In a sign of cooperation, Serbia agreed to buy the French light surface-to-air missile Mistral and both sides signed a letter of intent for the construction of a metro in Belgrade.

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