Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama visited Kosovo within the framework of the Balkan tour, which he made before the summit to be held in Tirana, the capital of Albania, on October 16, within the framework of the “Berlin Process” initiative with the participation of the leaders. countries of the European Union and the Western Balkans.
Prime Minister Rama was received separately by Kosovo President Fyuza Osmani and Parliament Speaker Glauc Konjovka as part of his visit.
Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti refused to meet his Albanian counterpart because Rama canceled the joint ministerial meeting between the two countries scheduled for June 14.
“I will not speak because I have no equal,” said Rama, who declined to speak to reporters after his meeting with Konjufca. Use the phrase.
Konjufca said that national interests must come first and that Rama and Kurti would meet soon.
Konovka stressed that Kosovo has always made great strides in its cause as long as Albania stands behind it, and said, “We have been hurt since the two government meetings were cancelled, but we have never been hurt enough to welcome Mr. Rama, because I believe we should always look at the interests of our nation. Of course it will be fixed.” That soon, I think we’ll see you soon, if not tonight.” Use phrases.
Konjovka also stated that the internal bill announced by Edi Rama to create the Federation of Serb Municipalities in the municipalities where most Serbs live in the country, includes elements of Kosovo Serb regional autonomy.
The statement issued by the Kosovo Presidency regarding the meeting between Prime Minister Rama and President Osmani said that during the meeting, the “Berlin Process” summit to be held in Tirana in October, the NATO summit will be held in Vilnius. This month, Lithuania and the tensions in northern Kosovo were discussed.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama stated that the joint ministerial meeting with Kosovo, which was scheduled for 14 June, had been cancelled, and that it could not take place “under the conditions that Kosovo’s relations with the entire Euro-Atlantic community are deteriorating by the hour”.
As part of his Balkan tour, Rama will also visit Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia tomorrow.
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