Pristina, September 25, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Representatives of opposition parties in Kosovo held a meeting today with representatives of non Serb communities in Kosovo, where they said that they will respect the agreement to govern the country for the next four years.
Leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa said that the opposition bloc is determined to take its project forward.
He has also commented several declarations issued by LDK officials who demanded the amendment of the agreement and nomination of Isa Mustafa for the post of prime minister.
“The ideas are personal. We have an agreement and we will not change it. When agreements are made, they’re based on compromises”, said Mustafa.
Meanwhile, leader of AAK, Ramush Haradinaj said that the meeting also discussed the next constitutive session in parliament.
He said that there’s still no official invitation for the next parliamentary session.
“This is a tactic in order not to call the session. This is an abuse and we will put an end to it”, said Haradinaj.
As far as minorities are concerned, Haradinaj added that they have expressed their concern about members of this community leaving Kosovo.
“The Roma and Egyptian community has claimed that this situation of crisis has increased the number of the members of this community leaving Kosovo. If people continue to leave, this will make the liberalization of visas for Kosovo even harder”, said Haradinaj. /ibna/