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Miroslav Lajčak, formerly the Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, has been appointed as the new EU Ambassador to Switzerland. This announcement was part of a broader appointment process by Josep Borrell, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs, who named new heads for EU delegations across 44 countries, including the Western Balkans.

The successor to Lajčak’s previous role will be announced following the formation of the new European Commission after the European Parliament elections this June.

In other appointments, Aivo Orav, currently the Estonian Ambassador to the EU, will serve as the Head of the EU Office and Special Representative in Kosovo. Orav has previously led EU delegations in North Macedonia and Montenegro.

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Luigi Soreca, former EU Ambassador to Albania, has been named the new Head of the EU Delegation in Sarajevo. Johann Sattler, his predecessor from Bosnia and Herzegovina, will become the EU Ambassador to Montenegro. Additionally, Greek diplomat Rokas Mihalis, previously EU Ambassador to Mexico, will assume the role of EU Ambassador to North Macedonia.

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