The Speaker of the Kosovo Assembly: Without talking to Kurti, Rama should not have proposed a draft for the ZSO

Edi Rama in Brussels, Belgium / July 19, 2022 / Photo: EPA-EFE/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

The President of the Assembly of Kosovo, Glauk Konjufca assessed the actions of the Albanian prime minister as a mistake Edi Rama, who handed over a draft statute for the Community of Municipalities with a Serbian majority in Kosovo to the President of France, Emmanuel Macron and the Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Schultz.

After today's demonstration on the occasion of the 145th anniversary of the Prizren League, Konjufca said that Rama should not have drafted such a document without sitting down and discussing it with Kosovo's Prime Minister, Albin Kurti.

According to the Speaker of the Kosovo Assembly, nobody asked Rama to prepare any draft statute of the Community.

"We have no interest in that, because I think that is a matter for the Kosovo institutions. The Albanian prime minister said it was a secret, but our vice president (of the Parliament, opposition MP Enver Hoxhaj) says he saw it. Many drafts have circulated so far, but none of them had any effect in Kosovo... In principle, I think it's a mistake, regardless of the content. It is a defect in principle, because the Albanian prime minister should not perform such actions without sitting down with the Kosovo prime minister and without considering all those issues together. "I think they meet often, but this was a one-sided move," said Konjufca.

In connection with the announcements that the United States and the European Union may impose sanctions on Kosovo if it does not meet their demands to overcome the situation in the north of the country, inhabited by a majority Serb population, Konjufca said that the state institutions are cooperating closely with the allies in order to calm the situation. .

Journalists asked both Prime Minister Kurti and the President of Albania for an opinion on Rama's draft statute for the Community of Municipalities with a Serbian majority.

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