Democracy Summit, Biden does not invite Kosovo

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There are still a few weeks left from the much talked about Democracy Summit by the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden.

The American media "Politico" has published the list of 100 countries participating in this year's Summit for Democracy that will be held for the first time in the United States of America. But Kosovo is not on the list.

Participants will be leaders of governments, civil society and the private sector, where the discussion will focus on the challenges and opportunities facing democracy and provide a platform where leaders engage, individually or collectively, to defend democracy and human rights. human.

The agenda of this Summit is still confidential, as Biden's team is working to shape it. The official list has not been made public yet, but the "Politico" media has provided the list through its sources.

U.S. officials have also outlined a list of possible commitments other countries could make, such as raising funding for media education programs or imposing export controls on some dual-use technologies, according to Politicos. However, these commitments may not be binding internationally to be implemented.

Apart from Kosovo, Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina from the region have not been invited to this list. Meanwhile, Albania, Montenegro and northern Macedonia have received invitations.

The summit is expected to be held on December 9 and 10.21Media

You can find the list of participating countries HERE