Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlic Radman said on Monday in Luxembourg that he would request that EU foreign ministers hold a comprehensive discussion on Western Balkans at one of their future meetings.
Grlic Radman is in Luxembourg for a meeting of EU foreign ministers.
He said that relations between Serbia and Kosovo were not the only challenge the region was facing.
"I would mention Bosnia and Herzegovina, which even 25 years after the Dayton Agreement was signed needs help to solve challenges on its European path," Grlic Radman said.
The EU special representative for the Serbia-Kosovo dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, who will visit both countries in the next few days, will inform ministers about the latest developments related to the dialogue.
"Lajcak has our full support for his efforts. I hope that Serbia and Kosovo will reach an agreement because status quo is not an option," Grlic Radman said.
EU foreign ministers will also discuss relations with Russia, the possibility of additional sanctions against those responsible for election fraud and violence in Belarus and sanctions against those responsible for poisoning Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.