Thursday, November 15, 2012

Priština "to seek dissolution of institutions in north"

PRIŠTINA -- The Kosovo Albanian authorities from Priština will during the next meeting in Brussels "demand" that Belgrade dissolve its "parallel structures" in the north.
This is according to the Albanian language daily Express, which also noted that Priština "no longer denies that the area will be a topic at the meetings".
In addition, Kosovo Premier Hashim Thaci is planning to seek the execution of a deal on an integrated line crossing administration from Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić as they meet again, which is expected in early December, the Beta news agency is quoting the article.

On the other hand, Thaci's deputy Hajredin Kuci has said that "Kosovo officials had no idea when Brussels would bring the topic of northern Kosovo to the negotiating table".

Serbs are the majority north of the Ibar River. They reject both the unilateral declaration of independence made by ethnic Albanians almost five years ago, and the authority of the government in Priština.

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