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The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has called on the West not to put pressure on Pristina to accept the establishment of the association of municipalities with a Serbian majority.
During an interview with the Associated Press, Kurti said that instead of pressure, the West should focus on making Serbia more democratic and removing what he called Belgrade's hegemonic ideas.
The Kosovar Prime Minister said that the Serbian government should accept the independence of all former Yugoslav republics in order to "face the past".
He emphasized that Belgrade should lean more towards the European Union and NATO, and not towards Russia.
In recent weeks, envoys from the United States and the EU have visited Pristina and Belgrade to encourage the parties to accept a Franco-German proposal for the two countries to normalize relations.