Two leading European Union countries, Germany and France, said late on Tuesday they were against the session of Kosovo Parliament about a no-confidence vote into the Government, while the US welcomed the move, the KoSSev website reported.
The German and French ambassadors in Pristina called on the Kosovo Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) the Prime Minister Albin Kurti coalition party to give up the demand for the no-confidence vote, adding they were worried about the current situation in Kosovo.
"Kosovo needs a stable and functional government, capable of fighting the coronavirus pandemic," the envoys said.
However, the US embassy said Washington was glad that Kosovo’s Parliament would hold the Parliament session on Wednesday’s morning with the no-confidence vote into Kurti’s Government.
Pleased to see the Assembly will hold a session on the no-confidence vote tomorrow. As I told the PM today, it is important for the Assembly and all Kosovo institutions to respect the Constitution.— Ambassador Philip S. Kosnett (@USAmbKosovo)March 24, 2020
The Parliament session is scheduled for 11 am on Wednesday.