Gazeta Express: Kosovo will not infringe territorial integrity of Serbia, says Kadri Veseli25 September 2018 | 00:20 | FOCUS News Agency
Veseli reiterated that Kosovo is united when it comes to preserving its territorial integrity. He also said that his dream is one day Presheva, Medvegja and Bujanoc to unite with Kosovo and he will not stop working to make this happen, noting however that he is against infringing territorial integrity of Serbia.
The Speaker of Parliament called on all political parties to unite in the final phase of dialogue with Serbia now after the Government has established the negotiation team, but which has to be confirmed by the Parliament. In an interview with the news agency Kosovapress Veseli said that he is working on organising a roundtable with all political leaders aimed at reaching a consensus related to the dialogue with Serbia. He said that only united Kosovo “can beat Serbia” in their enterprise to destabilise the region, and inciting new conflicts. Veseli mentioned the speech of Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic during his visit to Kosovo at the beginning of September calling him “promotion of the genocidal policies.”
Asked why Kosovo authorities allowed Vucic to visit Kosovo who in his addressing to local Serbs in northern part of the country commended ex-Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic accused of genocide in Kosovo, Veseli said that the decision-making was done in partnership with internationals and this process that the independent Kosovo is not a country promoting destabilisation and war, but it is committed to peace and stability instead. Veseli said that recent debate on partition of Kosovo which was discussed also in the Parliament is dangerous and harmful. He reiterated that Kosovo is an independent and sovereign country and they will not allow any parallel power in Kosovo. In his interview Veseli also said that Serbia is not respecting the rights of Albanians living in Presheva, Medvegja and Bujanoc.
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