Romania might adopt new resolutions in the view of recognizing Kosovo, Romanian PM Victor Ponta said on Tuesday in Albania. “In 2008 Romanian decided to not recognize Kosovo. Yet, things have changed since then. Governments have changed and new resolutions regarding Kosovo’s recognition might be passed,” Ponta told a Klan Kosova TV based in Kosovo. Romanian prime minister has attended the SEECP Summit in Albania.
In March the European Parliament passed a resolution draft related to the process of Kosovo’s European integration that encouraged five EU member states, including Romania to recognize the independence of the former Serbian province in order to help normalization of the relations between Belgrade and Pristina.
Kosovo proclaimed independence from Kosovo in 2008, with Belgrade still denying to recognize the province. Five EU countries- Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Slovenia and Spain did not recognize Kosovo’s independence.