The Parliament of Kosovo is set to hold an
urgent session after Prime Minister Albin Kurti proposed dropping tariffs on
Serbian goods. MPs will convene on Monday at 11:00.
The urgent session of the Parliament was
called at the initiative of the opposition MPs from the Alliance for the Future
of Kosovo (AAK) headed by Ramush Haradinaj who are opposing Government’s plans
to drop tariffs. AAK MP Daut Haradinaj said they do not exclude protests to
oppose revocation of tariffs which were introduced in November 2018 at the time
Ramush Haradinaj was prime minister of Kosovo.
PM Kurti in a press conference last week
announced his plans to revoke tariffs on raw materials of all Serbian imports
as of 15 March, and proposed full revocation of tax as of 1 April for a 90-day
period. Kurti said that the tariffs might be reintroduced in June if Serbia
does not give up its campaign against Kosovo’s statehood. /GazetaExpress/