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Serbia’s Foreign Ministry says Sierra Leone has become the most recent nation to pull back its acknowledgment of Kosovo as a free country.

A record got by RFE/RL’s Balkan Service on March 3 seems to affirm the choice, which would make the African country the eighteenth nation to invert its position toward Kosovo.

The Serbian state news organization Tanjug additionally seemed to affirm the choice, which comes during a visit to Sierra Leone by Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic.

“The legislature of the Republic of Sierra Leone is of the considered view that any acknowledgment it had given (explicitly or by fundamental ramifications) on the autonomy of Kosovo may have been untimely,” the report states.

Kosovo, some time ago a self-sufficient area of Serbia, singularly proclaimed its autonomy from Belgrade in February 2008.

In any case, Serbia doesn’t perceive Kosovo as a sovereign state, nor does Russia – a key customary partner of Belgrade.

Since 2008, quite a bit of Kosovo’s international strategy plan has concentrated on endeavors to increase global acknowledgment of its freedom.

European Union-encouraged chats on normalizing political relations between the two were crashed in November 2018 by Pristina’s burden of 100 percent taxes on Serbian products and enterprises in light of Belgrade’s kept campaigning for nations to invert their acknowledgment of Kosovo.

The Kosovar government on February 27 reported it would incidentally and somewhat lift the levy, a move that has been met with a blended reaction in political circles.

The U.S. extraordinary emissary for Serbia and Kosovo, Richard Grenell, has depicted the move as a “half-measure.”

The European Union, in any case, invited the declaration as an “initial step” that “could have a constructive outcome” on reestablishing territorial exchange and “offer an opening” for the resumption of the discourse among Belgrade and Pristina.

In a stage toward improving ties, Serbian and Kosovar authorities not long ago marked arrangements to build up air, rail, and interstate connections between the two nations.

Dacic was cited by Tanjug as saying that solitary 92 United Nations individuals currently perceive Kosovo, contrasted and 96 that don’t.