Blinken letter to Vucic: Serbia and Kosovo recognition, our long-standing goal



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The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken sent a letter to the Serbian president, Aleksandar Vucic, asking him to close the dialogue with Kosovo, with reciprocal recognition.

“The US is committed to our long-standing partnership. We share the vision of a stable, prosperous, democratic Serbia on the path to EU membership. The United States long-standing goal has been to see Serbia and Kosovo reach a comprehensive agreement centered on mutual recognition. I remember well our good conversations and look forward to renewing them,” handwrote Blinken at the end of his letter, which was sent on February 23rd thanking Vucic for his wishes for Blinken’s appointment as Secretary of State, reported Novosti.

Vucic revealed the letter received by Blinken, one day ago while commenting that “not taking into account the part about Kosovo’s recognition’, his message was “good and meaningful”.

“I congratulated him on his appointment to an important position in the US and I believe he also remembered our cooperation. He even wrote something in his handwriting, so this is important news,” said Vucic.



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