Pristina, February 25, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Kosovo’s PM, Isa Mustafa (photo) has unveiled today some of the objectives of the government during this four year term in office.
In a news conference delivered today, Mustafa said that this plan will also be used in the conference of donors which will be held on March 6, in order to determine the priorities of the government for investments.
The head of the government said that this strategy will increase the number of jobs, including seasonal jobs.
Asked if this government plan will be able to achieve the electoral promise about the jobs, Mustafa said that it can be achieved with seasonal employment, in the country and abroad, without wanting to offer figures.
The head of the government said that this plan will also enable the fund for development and employment, which will further help attain these objectives.
As far as the problems encountered by the two coalition parties with the Serb List, Mustafa has not issued any details.
He said that he’s not aware of the time when this political subject will join the government again. Meanwhile, he said that so far, no conditions have been imposed by the Serb List.
During this conference, Mustafa also talked about his plan to boost development and employment.
“Today, I cannot issue figures, but we will establish the Fund for Development and Employment. We will also start seasonal employment and with the opening of new jobs, we will manage to deliver our promises”, Mustafa said.
As far as agreements with European countries on seasonal employment are concerned, Musatfa said that talks are being held with several countries such as with Finland, Switzerland, Austria and that he hopes an agreement will be reached. /ibna/