Pristina, 30 March 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Many political games have been made, but it’s time for the leaders of Kosovo to see Kosovo as a priority.
This was the advice of Samuel Zbogar, the head of the EU office in Pristina, who during a debate in the Faculty of Islamic Studies in Pristina said that the coalition parties and opposition must put Kosovo above their interests and they must accept that the coalition has the majority.
“Opposition plays a very important role. The leaders of the country must decide what’s best for Kosovo and the citizens must see the future in Kosovo”, Zbogar said.
Zbogar also said that the economy of Kosovo needs new jobs to be opened.
“SAA, which enters in force on April 1, is the biggest achievement and the first contract between Kosovo and the EU. This agreement will strengthen the economy and fight against corruption. It depends on Kosovo to make this agreement work in the interest of its citizens”, said the EU ambassador to Pristina.