Kosovo police officer guards Slovenian Embassy as dozens of supporters of former Kosovo prime minister Ramush Haradinaj gathered on Thursday June 18, 2015, outside the embassy in Kosovo's capital Pristina. (AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)
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The European Union said it will sign next Tuesday a long-awaited accord with Kosovo on closer ties which could open the way to membership for the small Balkan country.Serbia refused to recognize Kosovo after its breakaway and championed the rights of its large Serb minority but 23 of the 28 EU member states, plus the United States and many others did so.Anxious to ensure stability in its neighborhood, the EU brokered a normalization accord between Kosovo and Serbia in 2013, clearing the way for membership talks with Belgrade and an SAA with Pristina.Kosovo itself is a major source of migrants into the EU.
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