Pristina wants "completely different format" of dialogue

Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa has said that Pristina will "complain" to the EU over Belgrade's behavior in the Kosovo dialogue.

Source: Tanjug
(Tanjug, file)
(Tanjug, file)

This is what Pristina-based Albanian language daily Epoka e Re reported on Monday, quoting a statement he made for Radio Free Europe.

"We must have a clear agenda, and also, there must be a time limitation for the dialogue to end. We cannot be wasting our time in dialogue with Serbia endlessly," he said.

Mustafa also said that the EU-sponsored negotiations, held in Brussels "must be taking place in a completely different format and concept in future."

The reason, the Kosovo prime minister said, is that Belgrade "lacks the readiness and seriousness when it comes to solving some issues - and the dialogue in its current format is not yielding results."


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