The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, said that the Union of Serbian Municipalities does not exist in his country, and that the agreement to establish the Union of Municipalities has been violated by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
“There are municipalities with a Serb majority, but there are no Albanian, Serbian or Turkish municipalities,” Kurti told reporters in Pristina. Municipalities belong to the citizens. Therefore, municipalities do not have a national affiliation,” he said.
Recalling that the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo does not allow unity on the basis of ethnicity, Kurti said, “The President of Serbia, Vucic, has violated the most valuable agreement.” He said.
Kurti said: “Remember that the Union of Municipalities Agreement, which was signed by former prime ministers Hashim Taci and Ivica Dacic on April 19, 2013, was broken when the President of Serbia sent a letter to the five EU countries that did not recognize Kosovo on December 10 last year.” wrote the President of Serbia Letter against Kosovo’s request to join the European Union.
Source: Balkan News
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