Government of Kosovo withdraws demarcation from the order of the day

Government of Kosovo withdraws demarcation from the order of the day

Pristina, 1 September 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Ratification of the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro will not be made in today’s parliament session in Kosovo.

Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa said in front of MPs that today is not the right time to vote the demarcation.

“As a Prime Minister, I believe that there are no suitable circumstances today to vote the demarcation agreement with Montenegro and the government lifts it from the order of the day”, Mustafa said.

Mustafa said that the withdrawal of this bill doesn’t imply a reviewing or renegotiation of the agreement.

Meanwhile, IBNA news agency learns that this issue was postponed due to the lack of votes that the governing coalition had and the conditions imposed by the Serb List.

Protesters who are outside of the government and parliament building, were happy to hear this. /balkaneu.com/