The Committee on Foreign Affairs of the U.S. Congress will stage a session on Wednesday to discuss the relations between Serbia and Kosovo, Tanjug learnt in the Serbian Embassy in Washington.
Chairman of the Subcommittee for Europe and Eurasia Dana Rohrabacher released ahead of the session entitled 'Kosovo and Serbia: Path to Peace' that it is in the interest of both countries to find solutions to the problems experienced so far and noted that the Congress needs to be sure that the State Department has a constructive role in all of this.
Rohrabacher is well-known as one of the first advocates of the Kosovo independence, which he justified as the people's right to self-determination. He is also well-known as the supporter of the right of northern Kosovo Serbs to self-determination if they do not want to live in an independent Kosovo.
The other guests invited to the Congress session include Jonathan Moore of the State Department, Shirley DioGuardi of the Albanian-American Civic League, Robert Churcher as the former director of the Office of the International Crisis Group in Pristina, Daniel Serwer as the professor of the Johns Hopkins University and Obrad Kesic, Serb activist and analyst from Washington.
source: tanjug news