Pristina, 24 November 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Kosovo’s PM, Isa Mustafa has once again criticized the opposition’s actions, through which it rejects the signing of the agreements in Brussels and the agreement on Demarcation with Montenegro.
In a news conference delivered today, Mustafa asked from opposition leaders to return to the parliament of Kosovo and hold debates there.
Mustafa considers the scenes of violence, teargas and other actions by the opposition as unacceptable.
The Prime Minister invited the opposition to wait for the decision of the Constitutional Court.
“I would like to invite the opposition to come to the temple of democracy in parliament in order to talk and solve our issues together. The methods of the opposition are methods of violence to attain political objectives. These methods are backed by nobody, besides a group of hooligans who have a tendency to destroy everything”, Mustafa said during this news conference.
Mustafa thanked the citizens for their dignified reaction toward these developments which have been worrying for them and international partners.
“The government that I chair is determined, in spite of the difficulties that there exist, to take Kosovo toward integration. The government is and will be open for the opposition”, Mustafa said. /ibna/