Haradinaj: From dialogue for recognition at the center, today we have the Association at the center
The former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Meliza Haradinaj, has said that the Government of Kosovo has made mistakes regarding the dialogue with Serbia. According to her, from the dialogue for recognition in the center, today there is a dialogue for the Association of municipalities with a Serbian majority in the center.
On Thursday in "Interaktiv" of KTV, Haradinaj said that Kosovo has made a mistake in the steps and has brought the situation to be seen and misused by Serbia as such that Kosovo may be infringing on the rights of the Serbs of the north, which according to her, it is not true.
"Kosovo has never before been in a more difficult geopolitical situation due to the new circumstances caused by the recent developments in the north of Kosovo. The mistake in the steps that led to the situation where Kosovo from dialogue for recognition in the center, now we have dialogue for the Association in the center. Serbia is in dialogue only for the Association, Kosovo would have to insist that the border points be defined", she said.
"For the USA, a mini-Russia in the Balkans is more dangerous than an Association in Kosovo"
The former chief diplomat of Kosovo has said that from the interview of the US special envoy for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar, it is understood that the security assessment situation has changed and that for the US the most dangerous is a mini-Russia in the Balkans rather than an Association within Kosovo.
According to Haradinaj, the opposition parties owe the current government unity in this geopolitical situation.
"The opposition parties owed this government unity and coming together in this difficult geopolitical situation that we find ourselves in today. But let's not also amnesty the prime minister as an institution that would have to extend its hand to the opposition. "Both sides have a kind of irresponsibility regarding the lack of unity in the face of the situation we find ourselves in today," she said.
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