Kosovo’s Thaci says supervised independence ending

Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said on Sunday that Kosovo’s supervised independence is coming to an end and urged the international presence to move to a supporting role. Returning from a visit to the United States, he added that the international civilian presence will remain in Kosovo, as well as an adequate number of KFOR troops. Concerning possible talks with Belgrade, Thaci reiterated that while there will be co-operation between the neighbours, there will be no dialogue on Kosovo’s internal affairs. During his visit to Washington, Thaci met with Vice-President Joe Biden, state department officials, as well as World Bank and IMF representatives.

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