Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Problems can only be solved through dialogue

PRISTINA - Kosovo's Prime Minister Hasim Taci met on Tuesday with officials of ethnic Albanians from southern Serbia and told them, commenting on the Serbian authorities' call to remove the monument in Presevo dedicated to former members of the Liberation Army of Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja, that problems could only be solved through dialogue.

Taci and the ethnic Albanian officials from southern Serbia discussed the current political situation in the Presevo valley and meetings with Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, according to a statement from the Kosovo government office for public relations. 

 Taci informed the ethnic Albanian officials about the talks with Belgrade. A normalization of the relations between Belgrade and Pristina is in the interest of both and, above all, in the interest of their people, Taci stated. It will improve the treatment of the Serb community in Kosovo and the Albanian community in the Presevo valley, he noted.

 The delegation from three municipalities from southern Serbia included head of the Presevo municipality Ragmi Mustafa, head of the Bujanovac municipality Nagip Arifi, member of the Serbian parliament Riza Haljimi and political leader of the paramilitary organization of ethnic Albanians Jonuz Musliu. Foto Tanjug, Z. Žestic

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