Kosovo’s foreign minister has written to his counterparts in the European Union, U.S. and other countries denouncing “numerous acts of provocation and aggression” from Serbia, an official said Thursday, reported ABC News.




The minister, Enver Hoxhaj, called on the EU, which facilitates Pristina-Belgrade talks to normalize ties, “to urge Serbia to remain committed to good neighborly relations,” according to the official.


“The Republic of Kosovo encourages the European Union … to urge Serbia to remain committed to good neighborly relations and regional cooperation and not interfere in the domestic affairs of other countries or take provocative actions which aim for the destabilization of the region,” the minister said in a three-page letter.


The official spoke anonymously because he wasn’t authorized to publicly comment on the letter. He didn’t explain how and which countries were chosen, only mentioning “EU, U.S. and other countries.”