International community will not intervene in Kosovo for the creation of the new government

International community will not intervene in Kosovo for the creation of the new government

Pristina, September 23, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

International diplomats accredited to Kosovo continues to stress that they will not intervene in the creation of new institutions, in spite of the fact that three months have gone by since the holding of the parliamentary elections in Kosovo.

Head of the EU office to Pristina, Samuel Zbogar, declared today (23.09) that the international factor will not intervene to solve the political crisis.

He said that the international factor can only offer recommendations in order for the situation to be overcome as soon as possible, but there will not be direct interventions. According to him, elections are the last option.

Head of the EU office made these comments during the inauguration of the reconstructed road that links the Monastery of Devic to the commune of Skenderaj.

A few days ago, the British ambassador to Kosovo, Ian Cliff, also issued comments on the political crisis.

He declared that the international community will not intervene in the solution of this crisis, as according to him, this is up to political parties.

Nevertheless, Cliff said that the president of the country, Atifete Jahjaga must take the situation under control and overcome this political crisis. /ibna/