The position of Serbian and other non-majority communities, current political issues and summing up everything that has been done in the past period in cooperation between the Ministry for Communities and Return and the United States Embassy in Kosovo were the topics discussed today by the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister for Communities and Return in resignation Dalibor Jevtic and departing US Ambassador Greg Delawie
It was noted that the cooperation between Minister Jevtic and the Ministry and the United States Embassy in Kosovo was on a very enviable level and the belief that such cooperation will continue.
"US assistance through USAID programs is of great benefit to the Serbian community in Kosovo and this assistance is also significant for the survival of the Serb people in Kosovo," Minister Jevtic pointed out.
One of the topics of the meeting was the initiative to amend the Law on the Kosovo Security Force where Minister Jevtic expressed concern that this is a process that is unnecessary at the moment and can slow down and influence other important processes, especially when it comes to dialogue.
The meeting highlighted the importance of Serb participation in decision-making processes that affect the lives of Serbs and other peoples living in Kosovo. Jevtic and Ambassador Delawi agreed that dialogue is the only way to solve problems in relations between Serbs and Albanians, and that it is important that everyone from their position contribute to this process in order to achieve a solution for stability and peace.
"I express my gratitude for everything you did during your stay in Kosovo. The Ministry of Communities and Returns will continue to be fully committed to the work that will be based on the fact that all peoples of Kosovo live better, "Minister Jevtic said at the end of the meeting with Mr. Delawie, held in Pristina.