European diplomacy has shown that Serbia and Kosovo must adapt their foreign policy to that of the EU if they do not want to harm their aspirations to join the European bloc after they agreed with the United States to reopen their diplomatic missions in Israel Transfer Jerusalem.
“As a candidate country, we expect Serbia to gradually align its positions with those adopted by the EU. Any diplomatic step that endangers the common position on Jerusalem is an issue that concerns us,” said Foreign Service spokesman Peter. Stano at a press conference.
That message came on the same day that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovar Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti met in Brussels at a new summit of the EU-sponsored dialogue so that Belgrade and Pristina normalize their relations.
According to the community spokesman, both Serbia and Kosovo have indicated that their accession to the EU is a priority. The bloc therefore hopes that they will act accordingly and not affect their European perspective.