Lajcak: It is absolutely possible

BRUSSELS -- Miroslav Lajcak stated that the EU is convinced that "comprehensive normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia is absolutely possible".

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  1. (Gaines, J., 23 February 2021 01:42)

    Sorry to disappoint but they have been saying this for years now and no result. Itís the usual EU look on the bright side statement.
    On the issue of Serbia joining the EU, that is looking less and less likely as the years go on and if Serbia does not join neither does Kosovo. There is nothing in joining the EU. The golden days are long gone as the cash has run out just ask Slovenia and Croatia.
    Plus even if Serbia met all the criteria tomorrow the earliest it could join is 2035.
    On the so-called need for EU funding, thatís a myth since the pandemic recovery fund was set up to help EU members, but to access this fund you have to contribute towards it. Itís now no secret that individual EU member budgets have been slashed to redirect money towards this recovery fund.
    The aid to Kosovo has also been slashed.
    If Serbia is desperate for funds why is it then able to access 5 different vaccines and give its population a choice of vaccine? In fact Serbia is in a far better financial position that anyone in that region.
    (sj, 25 February 2021 00:05)

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  2. (Gaines, J., 23 February 2021 01:42)
    On the so called need for EU funding, thatís a myth since the recovery fund was set up to help EU members during the pandemic but in order to access this fund you have to contribute towards it. Itís now no secret that that individual EU member budgets have been slashed to redirect money towards this recovery fund.
    The aid to Kosovo has also been slashed because of lack of money.
    If Serbia is desperate for funds why is it then able to access 5 different vaccines and give its population a choice of vaccine?
    Its 52% of GDP in debt even during the pandemic, meanwhile Croatia was 72% at the start but now well into the 90% plus.
    (sj, 24 February 2021 17:08)

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  3. pandemic.
    (Gaines, J., 23 February 2021 01:42)

    Sorry to disappoint but they have been saying this for years now and no result. Itís the usual EU look on the bright side statement.
    On the issue of Serbia joining the EU, that is looking less and less as the years go on and if Serbia does not join neither does Kosovo. There is nothing in joining the EU. The golden days are long gone as the cash has run out just ask Slovenia and Croatia.
    Plus even if Serbia met all the criteria tomorrow the earliest it could join is 2035.
    (sj, 24 February 2021 16:09)

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  4. It has long been common knowledge among US and EU diplomats, Kosovo and Serbia will join the EU simultaneously, but as separate States.
    (Gaines, J., 23 February 2021 01:49)

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  5. Lajcak obviously has information that Belgrade will capitulate, i.e. recognize Kosovo. It it clear Serbia is in desperate need of EU funding, exacerbated by the covid pandemic.
    (Gaines, J., 23 February 2021 01:42)

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  6. YES IN 2022 AFTER VUCIC LIVES OFFICE
    (Ari, 20 February 2021 08:38)

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