Representatives of opposition parties and government met on Monday evening to discuss political developments in the country.
The focus of the meeting which lasted me several hours was the agreement on demarcation with Montenegro, talks with the Association of Serb Municipalities, as well as the creation Kosovo Army.
Independent Agency IBNA learns that, after long discussions, political representatives have not reached an agreement which would solve the issues that have deepened the country into political crisis.
Head of the parliamentary group of Self Determination, Glauk Konjufca stated that, at this meeting representatives of the opposition and government have expressed opposite opinions.
“At the meeting we discussed topics which Kosovo is going through. We talked about processes such as talks with Serbia, demarcation with Montenegro or the Association of Serb Municipalities. I, as a representative of Self Determination, expressed that the Association of Serb Municipalities should be cancelled completely. I also asked them to halt talks with Serbia as well as cancelling the agreement on demarcation with Montenegro, “said Konjufca.
He said that, the only way to resolve the political crisis in Kosovo is by holding new elections.
The representative of the opposition party AAK, Ardian Gjini, has expressed similar views on this issue.
“We talked for hours, but did not reach an agreement. The government and the opposition parties had different views on the current political developments in the country. AAK still remains against the agreement on demarcation with Montenegro and the talks with the Association of Serb municipalities, “said Gjini.
Meanwhile, the representative of Initiative for Kosovo, Billal Sharif, said that the ruling parties wanted to solve the issues their way, and not by the opposition point of view.
“As the opposition party we rejected the approach on these serious matters such as talks, an army and demarcation, etc. “he said.
While the opposition was willing to speak publicly, the representatives of the government failed to give a statement. At this meeting, the Democratic League of Kosovo was represented by MP Lutfi Haziri, while the PDK by Xhavit Haliti.
This is one of the meetings that the government and the opposition have held out Kosovo institutions, but still have not come up with an agreement, because of their differences in political views.