EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, hosted on Wednesday in Brussels an informal gathering of the Western Balkans leaders when they discussed the support for the Prespa Agreement between Greece and Macedonia and Kosovo-Serbia EU-facilitated dialogue facilitated by Mogherini.
Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, hosted today in Brussels an informal gathering of the Western Balkans leaders. Mogherini stressed that the Western Balkan partners now more than ever should work together to advance the shared objective of the EU integration, to consolidate peace and security and to invest in further regional cooperation, for the benefit of all the people in the region, according to a statement issued by Mogherini’s office. “In this respect, Western Balkan leaders expressed the strongest support for the Prespa Agreement and for reaching a comprehensive legally binding agreement in the context of the Pristina-Belgrade Dialogue. They also committed to work to further the region's integration in the EU in a spirit of good neighborly relations and reconciliation, refraining from all actions and statements that are not conducive to the overall interests and strategic objectives of the region,” it is stated in the press release.