Serbia and Albania to boost co-operation

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic on Saturday (December 18th) assured Albanian Deputy Prime Minister Ilir Meta during a meeting in Belgrade that Serbia remains open to dialogue and co-operation in all areas of common interest, especially economic and the EU integration process. Cvetkovic stressed his government’s commitment to the policy of good neighbourly relations and strengthening of regional co-operation. Meta said that bilateral co-operation could be boosted further both in the political and economic fields. Concerning Kosovo, Cvetkovic stressed that dialogue is the only way to find a compromise solution. He also voiced Serbia’s expectations that all relevant institutions, particularly EULEX, will conduct a thorough investigation into allegations of human organ trafficking in Kosovo.

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