On September 4, the Trump administration received delegations from Kosovo and Serbia at the White House to culminate in a process of normalization between the two countries from the outset. At the glittering signing ceremony in the Oval Office, Serbia and Kosovo agreed to continue “economic normalization” by signing a number of commitments. However, there was not a single document signed by the two parties, but two separate documents quite similar, signed individually by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and The Kosovar Prime Minister, Avdullah Hoti. It is equally important that the United States does not sign these documents either. In short, what was signed in the Oval Office was simply not a bilateral agreement. If we look at the content of both documents, there are other issues that we need to question. With regard to the above points, it is clear that what was signed on 4 September in the Oval Office is not a bilateral agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, but a mutual commitment on their part to serve Trump`s re-election in the November us presidential elections in the United States, as well as a commitment on their part to align with the foreign policy objectives of the United States. Indeed, after the glittering signing ceremony, Trump tweeted in the Oval Office: “Another great day for peace with the Middle East – Kosovo and Muslim-majority Israel have agreed to normalize relations and establish diplomatic relations. Well done! Other Islamic and Arab nations will follow soon! Not only is this tweet bordering on ridiculous, but it has also angered the socialist opposition party Vete-Vendosja and other Islamophobic groups in Kosovo, who quickly denounced the fact that Kosovo was not an Islamic or Arab nation, but a strictly European and secular nation. The agreements also contain provisions in which Serbia and Kosovo refer to Hezbollah as a terrorist organization and support the decriminalization of homosexuality worldwide.
 “In this regard, the recently adopted documents in Washington, D.C, which build on previous dialogue commitments by both sides, could make a useful contribution to a comprehensive and legally binding agreement on the normalization of relations,” a joint statement said. Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said the signing of the agreement showed that the Kosovo issue was not resolved. “We are firmly committed to making a big job and creating new jobs in the region. And we fully believe in your government. We share the same values as freedom, democracy and the open market economy. We are therefore looking forward to starting to implement this agreement as soon as possible,” hoti said. Trump`s national security adviser, Robert O`Brien, who along with Richard Grenell, Trump`s special envoy for the Kosovo-Serbia peace talks, moderated the talks at the White House, gave an optimistic tone on the way to countries. “I think today it`s about normalizing economic ties. And it`s really a fantastic step for both peoples, both Kosovo and Serbia. It cost a lot of effort. I think it`s a first step,” O`Brien said. Grenell said it remained to be seen “whether the focus on the economy and job creation can” resign itself “to the political demands of both sides.” I think one of the big parts of this agreement is next year, we have a freeze on recognition and de-accounting campaigns.
In other words, next year we will see that employment growth and job creation are really needed in the region.