Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj declared today that he will not allow a humanitarian crisis in the north of Kosovo.
He said that several extra shops will open in these Serb majority areas. The prime minister’s decision followed the decision taken by many businesses in the north of Kosovo to close shops and grocery stores.
“The government of Kosovo will take care of every citizen in the north by opening new shops in collaboration with businesses from Kosovo”, Haradinaj declared.
According to him, “the humanitarian crisis in the north” has been orchestrated by authorities in Belgrade.
“Stimulation of the humanitarian crisis by Serbia is another failed attempt to destabilize the situation. After unmasking this scenario, the government remains determined to provide security for all of its citizens”, Haradinaj said. /ibna/