Pristina, 1 December 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Albania’s Defence Minister, Mimi Kodheli has declared that the only way to overcome the current situation in Kosovo is through dialogue in parliament, because violence doesn’t lead to any solutions.
Kodheli made these comments during a joint news conference with Kosovo’s Minister for Security Forces (FSK), Haki Demolli. The latter said that the bill that enables the transformation into Armed Forces, has been sent to parliament in March, but it has not been voted yet due to the lack of support by the Serb List.
He said that he hopes that once the situation in the parliament of Kosovo goes back to normality, the constitutional changes on this force will be voted.
As far as terrorism is concerned, Kodheli said that it has become a global threat.
“Our two countries must be engaged in order to protect our citizens. Kosovo aspires to become an EU member, but much work is needed to attain this”, Kodheli said.
According to her, there must be dialogue.
Meanwhile, the Kosovar minister said that “we also talked about cooperation between the two ministries. We agreed on drafting a plan for 2016 to include activities which were not held in 2015. During this meeting, we agreed on the fact that the two states have increased their alert level against terrorism”, Demolli said. /ibna/