Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said that the Parliament session on ratification of the Agreement on border demarcation with Montenegro will be held next Tuesday at 14:00hrs.
Haradinaj did not confirm whether ruling coalition has 80 votes needed to ratify the border deal with Montenegro. “On Tuesday at 14:00 we will hold the session on demarcation,” Haradinaj said. “It was not an easy process for me and truly is not an easy process, but we cannot keep our citizens isolated,” Haradinaj said. Ratification of the demarcation is one of the last criteria for Kosovo to get visa liberalisation. Haradinaj said that it is important that under current deal Kosovo has preserved its territorial integrity and enables correction of the disputed border line. “The Parliament session is on Tuesday at 14:00. We will see what happens,” said Haradinaj without confirming whether ruling coalition has necessary votes to ratify it.
Coalition partners PDK-AAK-Nisma-AKR and opposition party of LDK support its ratification, whereas the opposition party of Vetevendosje is against claiming that under current deal Kosovo loses territory. Also Serbian MPs who officially are part of ruling coalition are against ratification of the deal.