“In my meetings with the leaders of coalition parties, there was a clear understanding that there is no way around the Belgrade-Priština Dialogue and a comprehensive agreement solving all outstanding issues,” EU Special Representative for Belgrade-Priština Dialogue Miroslav Lajčák said after his visit to the country.
“Briefing representatives of Srpska Lista and the Serb Orthodox Church in Kosovo on the Dialogue and listening to their views completed my full day of meetings today. I also met with the leaders of the opposition parties in Kosovo and I urged them to unite on the Dialogue and put it above party lines to strengthen Kosovo’s position and leverage,” the EU Special Representative for Belgrade-Priština Dialogue Miroslav Lajčák wrote on his Twitter account.
Opposition leader Albin Kurti said that “dialogue is very important but it has to be led by another government.”
Moreover, all Kosovo interlocutors were united in saying “no” to the Association of Serb Municipalities, which is a Serbian condition for continuing the dialogue, the Gazeta Express has stated. (Željko Trkanjec | EURACTIV.hr)