Authorities of the self-proclaimed “Republic of Kosovo” announced the discontinuation of negotiations with Belgrade until they would be handed over Ramush Haradinaj, the former prime minister and leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army, arrested in France. This was stated by the “Kosovo” Minister for Dialogue Edita Tahiri.
At the same time, Tahiri noted the importance of dialogue within the framework of the Brussels platform.
“The Kosovo authorities believe that the Brussels dialogue has yielded significant results and all the agreements have been reached under the Kosovo Constitution,” the minister said.
The Brussels treaty between Belgrade and Pristina was concluded in 2013. Serbia has practically lost its authorities in the disputed province. The Kosovo party for almost four years has not fulfilled its obligations to create the Association of Serbian Communities.
Ramus Haradinaj was arrested in France on January 4 at the request of Interpol in the war crimes case of the break-up of Yugoslavia.