Greece’s Foreign Minister, Nikos Dendias, visited Kosovo for the sixth time, a promising sign for bilateral relations.
During his visit, he met with President Vjosa Osmani and addressed recent regional events, the Pristina-Belgrade dialogue, and the Western Balkans’ European orientation.
In a statement, the head of state praised Greece’s dedication and ongoing support for visa liberalization and Euro-Atlantic integration in Kosovo.
“The meeting also covered Kosovo-Greece relations, on which President Osmani showed readiness to strengthen further bilateral relationship,” the Kosovo presidency stated in a press release.
During the dialogue with Serbia, President Osmani stressed the necessity of ensuring that the European proposal’s implementation plan is in accordance with Kosovo’s constitution.
However, Greece is one of the five EU member nations that does not recognize Kosovo’s independence, but has gradually softened its stance, and the two countries have established liaison offices.