Pristina, October 13, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
British ambassador to Kosovo, Ian Cliff, declared during a debate on the Progress Report for Kosovo, that he’s concerned over the political crisis in the country.
He has pushed for the formation of the new institutions of the country to take place as soon as possible.
He has also said that everyone is frustrated, starting from the citizens of the country, but without excluding here Kosovo’s international partners.
“Prompt action must be taken for the formation of parliament and the government, because we’ve seen that there’s a growing frustration by the citizens with the politicians. This frustration doesn’t only exist in Brussels, but London too”, said ambassador Cliff.
In Kosovo, in spite of the calls of international diplomats to accelerate the process of the formation of new institutions, political parties have not yet achieved an agreement for the implementation of the result of June 8 elections.
Political parties have worked for the last three months to act as an obstacle instead of cooperating in order to find a solution for the crisis. /ibna/