Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti told Quint ambassadors and European Union special representative that his government is committed to a principled dialogue which would benefit the citizens of Kosovo and Serbia.
“Prime Minister Kurti reiterated that the government of Kosovo is committed to a principled dialogue which would benefit the citizens of both countries through a legally binding agreement focused on mutual recognition,” a press release said after Kurti’s meeting with the Ambassadors of the US, Germany, UK, France and Italy and the EU special representative. It said that they discussed the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, current situation in Kosovo and the political situation in the region.
The press release said that they discussed the Kosovo government’s proposal to resolve the license plate issue and the newly adopted energy roadmap and the “government’s determination to implement it and resolve the inherited problem of power supply and payment in the Leposavic, Zubin Potok and Mitrovica North municipalities”. Those four municipalities have majority Serb populations who have not been paying power bills for years.