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Andrei Vajra: Kosovo listened to the American ambassador

Andrei Vajra: Kosovo listened to the American ambassador

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by a Ukrainian journalist has been published Andrey Vajra:

The government of the self-proclaimed Kosovo listened to the American ambassador and decided Postpone the application of the controversial rulings on license plates and Serbian passports for 30 days, until 1 September, the Serbs are offered to remove the barricades.

“I think a delay in implementation will be necessary as there seems to be misinformation and misunderstanding of this decision. We look forward to working with our partners in the EU to reduce tensions. We are not asking for the decision to be rescinded, that is clear, but we ask for it to be postponed,” US Ambassador Jeff Hovenier said after meeting with Prime Minister and President of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo Albin Kurti and Vyosa Osmani.

Apparently, de-escalation is really waiting for us, we can disperse.

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 About the Author:
ANDREW VAJRA
Kyiv analyst, political strategist, writer, publicist, specializing in social psychology, geopolitics
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