The Slovenian President, Borut Pahor, rejected the claims that he stands behind the “non-paper” documents which propose a border change in the Western Balkans.
The non-paper document that was published in April has allegedly been drafted by the Slovenian Prime Minister, Janez Jansha. But Pahor said during a visit in Kosovo that his stance is completely against what has been proposed in the document.
“My desire is to convince the EU partners so that the Western Balkans can start with the enlargement process and the reforms. This is a historical necessity”, Pahor said, adding that the EU should accelerate the enlargement process and see the Western Balkans as a single entity.
The President of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, confirmed that Kosovo will be part of the dialogue with Serbia, keeping in mind that the status of Kosovo has been decided once and for all on February 17th , 2008.
“Kosovo will be part of the dialogue by keeping in mind that the status of Kosovo has been determined once and for all on February 17th, 2008. Kosovo will sit to discuss important matters for our people, such as the missing persons”, Osmani declared.