Status quo impossible, US ambassador warns

Status quo impossible, US ambassador warns

Status quo impossible, US ambassador warns Izvor: Tanjug

US Ambassador to Serbia Kyle Scott warned on Monday that the status quo in the Balkans is not sustainable.

There will be no better time than the present to negotiate an agreement the ambassador wrote on his Twitter account over a retweet of State Department official Matthew Palmer’s speech at a gathering in Pristina on June 12.

The people who believe that better conditions will come to negotiate a more favourable agreement have to realize that there is no better moment thatn the present, the Tweet said.

The ambassador wrote that political leaders have to leave their national rhetoric and historic revisionism aside. “Those things demean the memory of the victims, reopen the wounds of survivors and prevent progress towards a transparent, democratic and responsible governance,” Scott tweeted.

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