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Kosovo Government: Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo

18. August 2011. | 10:21

Source: Tanjug

The representatives of the Kosovo government rejected the idea of two customs stamps in the trade relations between Pristina and Belgrade, stressing that Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo.

The representatives of the Kosovo government rejected the idea of two customs stamps in the trade relations between Pristina and Belgrade, stressing that Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo.

Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Hajredin Kuci stated that Pristina coordinates its activities with Brussels and that Belgrade has no right to decide.

According to the Radio Television of Kosovo, Kuci did not want to speak in details about the allegations that the next round of the dialogue in Brussels will table the issues of administrative crossings in north Kosovo and the use of two customs stamps.

Kuci suggested Kosovo media to pay less attention to what is being said in Belgrade, but rather to concentrate on the statements released by Pristina and Brussels.

Kosovo Interior Minister Bajram Redzepi told that the idea of two customs stamps at the administrative crossings is unacceptable for Pristina. Our stand is very clear, we will continue to use the stamps of the Kosovo customs, Redzepi said, adding that these stamps were also used by UNMIK.

Redzepi underlined that the stamps of the Kosovo customs have no symbols or titles of statehood.The Kosovo minister said that Pristina negotiators will not give up on the stamps that read Kosovo Customs even if that would lead to a failure of the dialogue.

As for the issues agreed in the previous rounds of the dialogue regarding freedom of movement, university degrees and civil registries, Redzepi said that the Kosovo authorities are ready to implement these decisions but that they are waiting for Belgrade's initiative.


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