Pristina would like to be recognized by Belgrade, join UN

Kadri Veseli says that "the decision to continue the dialogue with Belgrade is clear" because Pristina wants "Serbia's recognition, and membership in the UN."

Source: B92, Tanjug
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(screenshot, Prva TV)
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The president of the Kosovo Assembly said this at a joint press conference with representatives of the provisional Pristina institutions, Hashim Thaci, Ramush Haradinaj, and Shpend Ahmeti, one of the coordinators of the dialogue team.

"The decision is very clear why we are going to the continuation of the dialogue, it is a process of freedom, sovereignty, it is a process in which Serbia should recognize us as a state and (we should) obtain the status of a member of the UN," said Veseli.

He also said that the work of the team will be "transparent."

"I firmly believe that we are on the right track and we should all be together for Kosovo in this process," Veseli said.

The meeting of political representatives of the Pristina team with those of institutions was boycotted by two most influential parties - the LDK and Self-Determination.

Earlier, Belgrade announced that the dialogue would not continue until Pristina revoked its "unreasonable measures."

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