Though the role of the European parliament in foreign policy matters is principally advisory, it could still play as a decisive persona in shaping up of the future of Serbia and Kosovo. That was the view expressed by the chairwoman of a parliamentary delegation which recently visited the troubled nations.
According to the head of the European Parliament Delegation for South-East Europe to Serbia and Kosovo, Doris Pack, the parliament can play a crucial role in the reconciliation process. While...
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