Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj, presented on Thursday to Ambassadors of Quint what he calls the “first draft” of a potentially agreement with Serbia.
Prime Minister Haradinaj during a meeting with Ambassadors of Quint (US, UK, Germany, France and Italy) has presented the first draft of a comprehensive legally-binding agreement between the Republic of Kosovo and Serbia. The draft was submitted to all political parties and institutional leaders, including President Hashim Thaci who currently leads the EU-facilitated dialogue with Serbia. “Today, I presented before the Ambassadors of Quint the first draft of the Comprehensive Legally-Binding Agreement between the Republic of Kosovo and Republic of Serbia. This draft is supporting document to existing dialogue process,” Haradinaj wrote in his Facebook, Gazeta Express reports.
Chief of Kosovo’s team in technical dialogue with Serbia, Avni Arifi, briefed the Quint ambassadors on chapters of the draft-agreement, which as Haradinaj said, represent main parameters of the agreement towards normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia. “The draft document and its annexes, have been submitted to all institutional leaders and political parties,” Haradinaj said. /GazetaExpress/