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Kosovo’s Minister of Regional Development and Chairman of the Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo Damca said that Kosovo is working to buy Bayraktar Ciha.

In the framework of the “Great Student Project” launched by Turkey in 1992, students study at the university in Turkey Vikrim Damca, Minister of Regional Development of Kosovo and Chairman of the Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo (KDTP), He responded to Anadolu Agency (AA) correspondent’s questions about the recent tension in northern Kosovo and expectations from Turkey regarding de-escalation, steps taken to increase defense capabilities, and his years of study.

Damka, assessing Kosovo’s position on armaments with the words that “all kinds of arms purchases will be used only for the defense of the country,” said that they would like to buy Bayraktar Siha from Turkey.

Vikrim Damka said, “The Bayraktar issue is on the world’s agenda, of course, the health-health issue is also on our agenda. Our government has always been working on this. Visits have been made. Our President and Defense Minister have visited Bayraktarları. Of course, this is a long-term process. Every country wants to have a SİHA in its home, in its own military arsenal. Use phrases.

“We are making efforts not to escalate the situation there, but to resolve it unanimously.”

Referring to the growing tension in northern Kosovo in recent days, Damka emphasized that they are doing what is necessary for the citizens of the region to receive services related to daily life, and continued his words as follows:

During this time, Serbia should be brought to the dialogue table and a final solution should be reached. Kosovo has no steps to escalate tensions. We make no attempt to remove the barricades. We can, but such initiatives may increase the tension even more. Therefore, we are working in cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Kosovo (KFOR), NATO, the European Union and the United States for their peaceful removal. We are making efforts not to escalate the situation there, but to resolve it unanimously.

Damka also stated that Serbia’s demand for the establishment of the Federation of Municipalities of Serbia, which has similar rights of autonomy in the north, as a condition for reaching a final peace agreement between the two countries, is unacceptable to Kosovo.

Noting that Turkey is closely following developments with its institutions in the region, Damka continued his words as follows:

“All countries are on alert to prevent a possible conflict in the Balkans, especially between Kosovo and Serbia. The Republic of Turkey, which has a say in the Balkans, is also uncomfortable on this issue. There is a dialogue being carried out by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which monitors events at all times and is in “Dialogue with both Kosovo and Serbia. Turkey is making the necessary contributions in this regard. We have Muhammadchi inside KFOR. We can see that both the embassy and other institutions are making efforts to bring peace to the north.”

“The fact that I went to university in Turkey played an important role in my coming to the ministry”

He stated that he had taken lessons from highly valued professors such as Sabahattin Zaim at the Faculty of Economics at Istanbul University, where he began his student life in Turkey in 1992, and mentioned the advantages of being a student in Turkey.

Pointing out that they were first generation ex-Yugoslavs who went to Turkey for education and that they were in Turkey during the wars in the Balkans, Damka said, “One of the moments I can never forget refugees fleeing Bosnia and Herzegovina I saw at Sirkeci train station. We used to work. As translators in the police department in Cagaloglu, we will work as translators for our refugee brothers coming from Bosnia and help them with their transactions.” He said.

Pointing out that foreign students studying in Turkey represent a bridge in the development of relations between their country and Turkey, Damka said, “We, the young people who studied in Turkey, adhere to stronger ties with the country they studied, regardless of their lives.” nationality, whether they are Turkish, Bosnian or Albanian. Because I see that they know that region better, they monitor its culture, its level of education, its social, cultural and political balance well, and they take the lead in how development there can be transferred to Kosovo and other countries.

Fikrem Damca also indicated that his university education in Turkey contributed greatly to his appointment as a minister today.

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