Prince Charles: What I heard in Pristina broke my heart

Prince of Wales, Charles, invited to a inter-religious conference in Prizren, recalling the first time he had visited Kosovo in 1999, conveyed onse again his message of reconciliation and establishing bridges of cooperation between peoples and religions in the Balkans.

Recalling the situation in Kosovo at the time, Charles again reiterated what he said in the Parliament of Serbia.

"As I said in Belgrade, we can not allow ourselves to become prisoners of history," said the Prince.

He said was happy to meet various citizens belonging to different religions, and feld grievous about the missing relatives of the families presented, from whom he heard some of their stories.

"What I heard today in Pristina broke my hart. I heard people who have lost their loved ones, I mean the missing persons. I would like to do more about this," Prince Charles said further.

Charles, alluding to the recent war in Kosovo and speaking about his visit to Belgrade, said that people have the opportunity to rebuild bridges of sustainable cooperation.

Reconciliation and forgiveness, according to him, are the main things leading to a better future.

"I understand the pain through which you pass, but must be passed through building cooperation," said Charles.

In the end, he said he is happy that the UK "plays its role in the reconstruction of Kosovo."

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