Borrell says he had unsuccessful meetings with Kurti and Vucic

Joseph Borrell
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The High Representative of the EU for Foreign Policy and Security, Josep Borel, announced that at the Munich Security Conference he had separate meetings with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and with the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, to de-escalate the tensions in the relations between Belgrade and Pristina, but that, unfortunately , the talks were unsuccessful.

Summarizing the results of the conference in Munich, Borrell presented the four main tasks of the EU's geopolitical agenda, which are greater and faster support for Ukraine, ending the humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip and implementing the decision to establish two states, improving the EU's relations with the 'global south' and strengthening the Union's defense and security, is published on the website of the EU's foreign affairs service.

Borrell points out that the atmosphere at this year's conference in Munich was special because, as he stated, everyone became aware that Europe was in danger due to two wars nearby and many potential conflicts around the world.

He informed that he had a large number of bilateral meetings with EU partners from all over the world.

The head of European diplomacy also reminded that the participants on the first day of the conference learned about the death of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in the penal colony in Siberia and that they paid their respects to him on February 19 in the presence of Navalny's widow, Yulia Navalnaya.

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