Joe Biden says Kosovo holds a ‘special place’ for his family

Joe Biden says Kosovo holds a ‘special place’ for his family

Prestina: President Joe Biden said that Kosovo holds a “special place” for his family because of the time his late son Bue spent in a war-torn country to strengthen the rule of law there.
Biden’s remarks were made by the US President in a letter sent to Kosovo’s acting President Vajosa Usmani on the occasion of the country’s Independence Day. Usmani made public the contents of the letter on Tuesday.
Kosovo declared independence from Serbia on 17 February 2008, a decade after the 1998–1999 brutal war between separatist ethnic Albanian rebels and Serb forces. The war came to an end after NATO’s air campaign drove out Serb troops and moved into the Peace Army.
“Kosovo holds a special place for the Biden family in honor of the time when our late son Bue Biden worked to ensure peace, justice and the rule of law for all the people of Kosovo.”
After the 1998–1999 war, he worked in Kosovo with military forces in Kosovo, as well as with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
Biden naming a road near the US military base at a ceremony to attend a ceremony with his family as Vice President for his final trip to the Kosovo region in 2016, in which his son was 46 years old Died a year ago from brain cancer.
In the letter, Biden also urged for “a comprehensive generalization agreement with Serbia focused on mutual recognition”. Biden, in a letter to Serbia’s President Alexander Vusic earlier this month, urged him to do the same.
Most Western countries have recognized Kosovo, but Serbia and its allies Russia and China do not. Tensions over Kosovo remain a source of instability in the Balkans.

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