Kosovo Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj, believes the dialogue with Serbia can continue without revocation of the decision on imposing 100 percent tax on Serbia’s goods. Haradinaj called on opposition parties of LDK and Vetevendosje to join State Delegation tasked to dialogue with Serbia.
Haradinaj reiterated that Kosovo will not rescind the 100 percent tax on imported goods from Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, until the two countries recognise Kosovo as independent country. During a press conference on Friday, Haradinaj said that the tax will not be revoked, regardless the fact that Serbia has conditioned continuation of the EU-facilitated dialogue on normalisation of relations with Kosovo, with revocation of the tax. “My stance is very clear. The tax will not be revoked until they (Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina) recognises Kosovo,” Haradinaj said.
Talking on dialogue with Serbia, Haradinaj called on opposition parties to join negotiation team aimed at strengthening Kosovo’s position in dialogue with Serbia. But chairman of the LDK, Isa Mustafa, during a press conference on Friday said the Government of Kosovo, is not in charge of the dialogue.