The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti discussed with the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Palmer about the Pristina-Belgrade dialogue on normalization of relations.
The ambassador of the United States of America to Kosovo, Philip Kosnett participated in the discussion.
“Wide-ranging, productive discussion with PM Albin Kurti and State Department’s Matt Palmer last night. The EU-led dialogue process remains essential to Kosovo’s economic success and Euro-Atlantic integration,” Kosnett wrote in a Twitter post.
Kurti is set to meet EU high officials in Brussels this week, following their meetings with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic.
EU is hoping to schedule a meeting between Kurti and Vucic in May, but Prishtina has not confirmed yet if it will take place.
The spokesperson of Kosovo’s government, Perparim Kryeziu said on Monday that Kurti did not receive an official invitation about a meeting with Vucic in May.
The High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell mentioned May 11 as a possible day for such a meeting.
Kryeziu said that this might have been agreed with Belgrade, but not with Prishtina.