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Kosovo Parliament rejects proposal to end dialogue with Belgrade

08. May 2011. | 08:12

Source: Tanjug

Votes from the ruling coalition in the Kosovo parliament defeated Thursday the proposal from the Self-Determination movement that Pristina end the dialogue with Belgrade.

Votes from the ruling coalition in the Kosovo parliament defeated Thursday the proposal from the Self-Determination movement that Pristina end the dialogue with Belgrade.

Opening the debate, Self-Determination leader Albin Kurti said that Belgrade will come out of the dialogue with EU candidate status, while Pristina will get copies of land and birth certificate registries.

In Kurti's opinion, every issue opened in the dialogue is related to status, and the Constitution written in line with Ahtisaari's plan divides Kosovo along ethnic lines. This turns Kosovo into a new Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kurti assessed.

Responding to accusations from Vetevendosje MPs, Kosovo's Prime Minister Hasim Taci said during the parliamentary debate that the talks are focused on technical issues, with a view to improving the life of all people in Kosovo and extending the reach of the authorities across the entire territory of Kosovo.

Taci is convinced that the dialogue will pave the way for Kosovo's EU and NATO integration. Despite the calls from the opposition, Pristina is preparing for the next round of talks on May 17 and 18.


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