Demarcation, Montenegro's Prime Minister to stay 10 days in Kosovo

Dusko Markovic photo
Dusko Markovic

"Express" newspaper sources suggest that next month Kosovo is expected to be visited by the Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, at the invitation of Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj.

The crisis caused by the demarcation issue may be resolved after a few weeks.

Montenegro's Prime Minister is expected to stay in Kosovo from January 20 to January 30 next year.

Last night, Haradinaj stayed in Brussels, where he met with the head of the Montenegrin Government, who also stayed in the European Capital with the six prime ministers of the Western Balkan countries.

The border agreement with Montenegro has been sent to the Assembly, but has not yet been issued on the agenda.

Along with it was also sent a report fractured by the Bulliqi Commission, where it is said that Kosovo has lost ground from this agreement.

It is not yet known when Kosovo Assembly deputies will have this issue on agenda.

Whatever the current coalition, according to Prime Minister Haradinaj, it is difficult to secure 2/3 of the votes needed to approve this agreement.

Haradinaj said before his departure in Brussels that his visit to Brussels will bring some news on this topic.

It remains to be seen what will be Montenegro's reaction to the demarcation, when it is known that officials of this state have repeatedly reiterated that demarcation is a closed theme for them.
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