Kosovo is entering into a period when supervised independence stops divided inside and in international frameworks as half legitimate State, thats why they must ask for normalization of relations with Serbia, said the Pristina Institute for Research and Policy Development (KIPRED) in a report which was published today.
The authors of the report - Ilir Deda director of the institute KIPRED and Shpend Kursani, senior researcher in the Institute - notice, however, that the celebration of because termination of supervised independence will overshadow the true problems of Kosovo.
And these are, first of all, the issue of the North and the fact that all EU states did not recognized its independence, because of what, according to analysts, Kosovo must ask normalization of relations with Serbia.
KIPRED, namely, ascertain that European Union, meanwhile, has not found a way to include Kosovo in the European access agenda, because of five of their members which do not recognize Kosovo.
"Being unable to convince their members to recognize Kosovo, the EU cannot fully use its influence in Pristina.
Thus Kosovo is placed in a position to ask normalization of relations with Serbia, hoping that those new relations will lead to that EU member states that do not recognize Kosovo to change their position towards the Kosovo status", it was stated in the analysis.
In the analysis also states that the northern part is still de facto divided, which is, as the investigators say, a situation that risks to reduce all the success achieved in south, reports Blic.
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