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Presidents of Romania, Serbia and Slovakia plan to boycott the Central European Summit because Kosovo leader was invited

de A.C.
Marţi, 24 mai 2011, 15:12 English | Regional Europe

Presidents of Romania, Serbia and Slovakia plan to boycott the invitation of the Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski to attend the Central European Summit where American President Barack Obama is due to attend, news website reads. The reason is that Poland, convinced by the US, invited Kosovo leader Atifete Jahjaga to attend the event. 

Kosovo is not acknowledged as state by Serbia, Slovakia and Romania. 

US President Barack Obama will visit Poland on May 27-28. Polish diplomats are attempting to diminish the dispute but hopes that all leaders from Central Europe will attend the summit are minimal, the Polish site reads. Serbia daily Danas writes, quoted by that Serbian President Boris Tadici will not attend the summit because Kosovo will be treated as an equal state.

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