President Osmani was received by the Prime Minister of Croatia Andrej Plenković

The President of the Republic of Kosovo Vjosa Osmani, during her two-day official visit to Croatia, met with the Prime Minister of Croatia Andrej Plenković.

In relation to recent developments in Kosovo, President Osmani stated that on September 24th in Banjska, Serbia committed a terrorist attack and an act of aggression against Kosovo with the aim of annexing the north of Kosovo and destabilizing the entire region. In this context, President Osmani emphasized the importance of holding Serbia responsible for its act of aggression against the Republic of Kosovo.

President Osmani emphasized that in order for peace to be possible in the region, Serbia must withdraw its military troops from the border with Kosovo, because they pose a danger to peace and stability. In addition, she discussed with the Croatian Prime Minister the evidence collected by the Kosovo police that directly links Serbia to this attack, as well as the cooperation of security institutions with our allies in order to prevent Serbia’s destabilizing agenda.

Among other things, President Osmani thanked Prime Minister Plenković for the contribution of Croatian soldiers to the KFOR mission in Kosovo and bilateral cooperation in the field of defense between Kosovo and Croatia as they discussed the possibilities of expanding the cooperation in this field.

President Osmani pointed out that Kosovo has as a state priority its membership in NATO due to the security challenges that our region faces, potentiating the importance of advancing the country’s membership in the Council of Europe and the European Union as well as other international organizations.

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