Borut Pahor, Slovenia’s President, said on Wednesday his country was not behind any non-paper and did not support border changes in the Balkans.
In an interview with the Pristina Telegrafi agency, Pahor said the correction of the borders in the Balkans had never ended peacefully and that Slovenia supported an agreement Kosovo and Serbia would reach.
“What had been agreed must be respected. The dialogue is under the European Union auspices. And it is under the US careful eye. All that is important that both sides have international support,” Pahor, who would visit Kosovo on Thursday, said.