Pristina gives up on "new measures aimed at Belgrade"

The Pristina authorities have given up on the announced new measures aimed at Belgrade, says Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj.

Source: B92, N1
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(Tanjug/AP, file)
(Tanjug/AP, file)

After the Kosovo government session on Tuesday, he said that Pristina had identified new possible measures against Serbia, but would only introduce them "if Serbia continues pressure and aggressive actions towards Kosovo," N1 reported.

Haradinaj also accused EU High Representative Federica Mogerini of "destroying the (Belgrade-Pristina) dialogue."

"Mrs. Mogherini destroyed the dialogue. She upset the dialogue aimed at normalizing the relations between Kosovo and Serbia, turning it into a dialogue on territory, borders or exchanges, and we know very well what this implies in the Balkans, that is, destabilization. She effectively caused damage to our region, allowing such discussions to be conducted, as well as her stance being heard on this issue," Haradinaj said.

Asked about the resignation of four (Serb) mayors of municipalities in northern Kosovo, Haradinaj said those are being "considered" - but that they are "difficult to consider because official documents are difficult to qualify as such under Kosovo's jurisdiction, where there is reference to the entity of Kosovo and Metohija, which according to the Constitution of Kosovo does not exist."

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