Politico: On Kosovo: 3 presidents and a prime minister19 February 2019 | 02:17 | FOCUS News Agency
That’s about the only thing the presidents of Serbia and Kosovo agreed upon after an acrimonious public debate at the weekend that laid bare how hard it will be for them to seal a peace deal, even two decades after the 1998-1999 war between their nations.
Both Kosovo’s Hashim Thaçi and Serbia’s Aleksandar Vučić said their bad-tempered exchange was useful because it buried any false hopes that they will reach a quick agreement. Still, they face strong Western pressure to push ahead.
In their discussion at the Munich Security Conference, an annual gathering of leaders, lawmakers and policy experts from around the world at a luxurious hotel, Vučić and Thaçi traded accusations about the war and argued over who is to blame for the current breakdown in the EU-sponsored dialogue meant to tackle their differences.
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