Romania reiterates position on Kosovo

Romania’s President Traian Basescu has reiterated during a visit in Belgrade his country’s position that it has no intention whatsoever to recognize the independence of Kosovo.

After meeting with his Serbian counterpart Boris Tadic on Tuesday, Basescu stressed that “at this point there is not a single condition under which Romania would recognize Kosovo”.

„Romania supports reaching a solution through talks, which would stipulate that Serbs in Kosovo are protected and served by Serbian institutions,” Basescu said.

Romania is one of the five EU member states together with Greece, Spain, Cyprus, and Slovakia, that has not recognize the Republic of Kosovo.

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