Albin Kurti, Kosovo’s Prime Minister, said later on Monday he suggested a six-point peace agreement to Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic who, according to Kurti, rejected it even “before it was read,” at the start of a new round of the Belgrade – Pristina dialogue on the normalisation of relations that resumed in Brussels.
“I proposed a written agreement in six points which was rejected. It was rebuffed before it was read. I see that as proof of unreadiness for an agreement,” Kurti said.
He also said he wanted an addition to the European Union three-point suggestion for Monday’s negotiations reading that the “facing the past” words were included in a part on missing persons.
Kurti added, “Josep Borrell, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, agreed, but Vucic did not accept to talk about it.“
Vucic described the meeting as poor, unpleasant and added the Albanians spoke only about three genocides Serbia allegedly committed, while Kosovo’s Prime Minister insisted Serbia should face the past.
Kurti confirmed the negotiators would meet in August to prepare the next round of his talks with Vucic scheduled for September.