Ramush Haradinaj, Kosovo’s Prime Minister said on Tuesday that Pristina and Podgorica “interstate commissions will meet soon,” to once more look into a part of the demarcation line with Montenegro,” the RTK TV reported as cited by the FoNet news agency.
He added he discussed the issue with his Montenegro’s counterpart Dusko Markovic and that the talks “about many cases were held in full confidence.”
“Kosovo and Montenegro are ready to form the commissions for considering the demarcation line in the direction of (bordering points) Kula and Cakor. We confirmed the readiness with Montenegro’s Prime Minister to start working on the issue and to soon open Kula and Cakor crossings, Haradinaj said.
The parliaments in Pristina and Podgorica approved the agreement on demarcation in May and the two prime ministers concurred that there could be open issues during the marking of the border, but that it was important they were approached appropriately and with honesty.