Former Slovenian president

Pahor announces a new plan for the continuation of the dialogue if he takes the task of emissary

Borut Pahor

The former Slovenian president, Borut Pahor, has said that the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue has stalled and that if he were to replace Miroslav Lajcak in the position of the European Union's special envoy for the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, he would offer his plan for the continuation of the process. 

Pahor emphasized that the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue has stalled due to a lack of trust. 

"I will offer my plan. The dialogue is deadlocked, there is a lack of trust and we must find a way to move forward with greater trust", he said, Kosovo Online reported. 

He was asked if it is possible for the Western Balkans to be in the EU by 2030, and he expressed pessimism.

Lajçak will finish his 4-year mandate in August this year and Pahori has been mentioned as his replacement.