Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov welcomed Serbia's drive to join the European Union, but also said that Moscow would remain engaged with the Balkan country no matter what happens and hinted at a move to take over the Serbia-Kosovo negotiations.

"Speaking about the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, we, as I have already mentioned, have expressed confidence in the European Union, including at the UN General Assembly," Lavrov said, adding that if the Albanian side wanted to increase ...


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