Albania, Serbia and Northern Macedonia boycott the Western Balkans Summit in Brussels?
Albania, Serbia and Northern Macedonia warn of a boycott of the Western Balkans summit, scheduled for June 23-24 in Brussels.
After a conversation with Aleksandar Vucic and Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski, Prime Minister Edi Rama asked in a Twitter post what should be done there:
"We discussed today at the next EU Summit with the leaders of Serbia and Northern Macedonia. It seems that another "No, forgive me!" will be what we will hear in the end! The whole Union kidnapped by Bulgaria is not a good spectacle to see! What should be done there ?! ”
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic also announced in a Twitter post that he had talked with the Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, and that of Northern Macedonia, Dimitar Kovacevski, to decide whether or not to attend the European Union Summit, where the launch of membership talks will also be discussed.
"This morning I spoke with Edi Rama and Dimitar Kovacevski about the next EU-Western Balkans Summit in Brussels. "After consultations with our governments and advisers, we have decided to announce our decision tomorrow at noon whether or not we will participate in this meeting," Vucic wrote.
The Western Balkans summit is expected to be attended by European Union member states to discuss with the heads of government of the 6 Western Balkan countries, the integration process, which also focuses on candidate status for Ukraine.