Krasniqi meets Lajcak: Dialogue should end with mutual recognition

The Chairman of the Democratic Party of Kosovo Memli Krasniqi met today in Brussels with the Special Representative of the European Union for the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak.

They discussed the progress of the dialogue process between Kosovo and Serbia and the position of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, as the leader of the opposition, towards this important process for both countries and the region.
Krasniqi said that PDK, as a state-building party, supports the continuation of the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, which should end with the recognition of Kosovo's independence from Serbia.
"I thanked emissary Lajçak for his commitment to this delicate process and stressed that any possible agreement between Kosovo and Serbia should be by the Constitution of Kosovo, and does not violate the territorial integrity, integrity, and sovereignty of the country," Krasniqi said.
During his visit to Brussels, the PDK leader also met with the Deputy Director for Europe at the European External Action Service, Marko Makovec, where they discussed the need to deepen Kosovo's cooperation and coordination with the European Union on political issues, including implementation of the SAA and the recommendations of the Progress Report.
Krasnqi said that the path of European integration for Kosovo is the goal of Kosovo and its citizens, while he called for the European Union to be more proactive in this process to integrate the Western Balkan countries into the European family as soon as possible.