The United States government finally decided to suspend the Serbia-Kosovo meeting that the White House had scheduled in Washington this Saturday after the Kosovar government stopped attending the meeting on charges of war crimes and crimes against the The prosecution of the Special Court for Kosovo against the country’s president, Hashim Thaci, had resigned from humanity.
The U.S. Ambassador to the Balkans, Richard Grenell, confirmed in a message on his Twitter account that he needed to find a new date for the meeting, which would have been the first meeting between the leaders of Serbia and Kosovo that the US President Donald Trump a few months after the November presidential election and the lack of progress in the dialogue promoted by the European Union.
After Kosovar Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti announced on Thursday that he would not be attending the Washington appointment for war crimes charges against Thaci, the US ambassador has transferred the Kosovar director-general, who understands his decision and hopes to meet at another date to be able to convene. “Thank you, Prime Minister Hoti. We understand your decision and are confident that we will be able to call the meeting again soon,” he said.
The Prime Minister of Kosovo was supposed to attend the meeting in Washington after the support of the country’s president, Hashim Thaci, on charges of war crimes and against humanity was barred by the prosecutor of the Special Court for Kosovo.