President Thaçi at the World Economic Forum: Political stability, a prerequisite for the economic development of the Western Balkans

Geneva, October 2, 2018 – The President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi, participated at the “Strategic Dialogue on the Western Balkans – meeting of the leaders”, organized by the World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland, where he has talked about the necessity to achieve a political stability, considering this also as the “key” for the economic development of the region.

President Thaçi has said that efforts are being made to reach a peaceful agreement with Serbia, through the dialogue in Brussels.

“The political stability also generates economic development, therefore we are also working on reaching an interstate agreement that stabilizes our entire region”, said President Thaçi.

At the World Economic Forum, President Thaçi has said that it is an advantage that both parties are in favour of reaching this agreement, and the entire international community, the USA and the EU support its achievement.

“The outcome should not be prejudiced, but we must all be unique in supporting the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue process”, said President Thaçi.

The participants in this closed meeting supported the efforts to build political stability in the Western Balkans as a prerequisite for development, attraction of foreign investment and economic growth.