Kosovo’s Foreign Minister Donica Jervala has reiterated that she will never accept the Federation of Serbian Municipalities, which has executive power in Kosovo, on the grounds that it violates the constitution.
Recalling that the previous government signed an agreement to establish the Federation of Serbian Municipalities, which will operate independently of state institutions in Kosovo, Jorvala said that the Constitutional Court ruled against the establishment of this union, and President Fyuza Osmani also stated that Serbs can create a federation, but he confirmed that it will work as a non-governmental organization (NGO).
Noting that Prime Minister Albin Kurti has repeatedly stated that the parallel structure cannot coexist with the government, Jervala said that the relationship that Serbia and ethnic Serbs want is not possible.
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