The opposition criticizes Kurti for sending the sanctioned Kosovo to the dialogue
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A few days before the September 14 meeting between Prime Minister Albin Kurti and the President of Serbia, Aleksandër Vuçiq, the opposition parties have criticized the head of the Kosovar government for the wrong approach to the dialogue process. According to them, Kosovo is entering the dialogue sanctioned by the EU and as an unequal party as a result of Prime Minister Kurti's mistakes in this process. However, the ruling party expects the meeting to focus on sequencing the implementation of the Brussels and Ohrid agreements.

The head of the PDK Parliamentary Group, Abelard Tahiri, said that Kurti has done a great harm to Kosovo, by sending it to the dialogue process sanctioned by the European Union.

He also criticized Kurti for the lack of transparency in this process as well as for not respecting the resolution where he is obliged to report to the Assembly before each round of dialogue.

Small expectations for the next meeting Kurti-Vuçiq has LDK deputy, Armend Zemaj. He added that Serbia is being favored in this process, while Kosovo is under sanctions.

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Meanwhile, the head of the AAK Parliamentary Group, Besnik Tahiri, said that Kurti's dialogue is keeping Kosovo hostage and in crisis.

On the other hand, the head of the Parliamentary Group of the Vetëvendosje Movement, Mimoza Kusari-Lila, asked the European Union to make fair and accurate assessments of which party is destructive in the dialogue.

She emphasized that Kosovo continues to be committed to the implementation of the Brussels and Ohrid agreement.

He made these comments after the meeting of the Presidency of the Assembly on Monday.

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