The former prime minister of Kosovo, Avdullah Hoti, has said that the government has not properly coordinated with international partners for recent actions related to the north of the country, for license plates and IDs.
In the session of the Assembly of Kosovo, the MP of the Democratic League of Kosovo said that the government did not even consult with the opposition, for which, according to him, there was a lack of internal coordination.
“With all due respect to the leaders of the groups, but also the statement we heard earlier from both institutions and politics, I think that we don’t need to compete who is speaking more harshly and categorically about this issue. It is a fact that there has been no internal coordination, continuous consultations with the opposition on these topics, and it seems from the information that we have seen that there may not have been proper coordination with our international partners. You had our support, you still have it now, you know the party’s position regarding this matter”, said Hoti.