After failing to reach the consensus of political parties in Kosovo, President Hashim Thaçi has requested the support of the diplomatic corps accredited in Pristina for correcting the borders with Serbia. 

The Head of State, during a meeting between EU diplomats, KFOR, OSCE, EULEX and the Embassy of the United States, said that if they did not have a bilateral agreement with Serbia stability could be compromised in the Kosovo region.

"It's time for a great, historic deal between the two states. We cannot go back. We cannot stay in the country or get settled.

"We have nothing to wait for because the stagnation and the wait in resolving the relations between Kosovo and Serbia is precisely a call for tension and destabilization, for big problems, not just between us, but across the entire region," said Hashim Thaçi.

Thaçi warns ambassadors that political factors in Kosovo and Serbia are opposing this agreement, however to stop progress in this direction is to stop the dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade, which will likely cause a recourse of unfathomable directions.

"I know it will be very difficult to make the deal. There are strong opponents here in Kosovo and, also, in Serbia. I know that this whole process carries many risks and that there are many unknowns. 

"There is no greater risk to Kosovo than to continue to stay in a state of suspense, either as a state or as a society," explained Hashim Thaçi.

A meeting between the Kosovar President and his Serbian counterpart Alexandar Vucic will take place on September 7 in Brussels under the mediation of the EU Foreign Policy Chief, Federica Mogherini.