Opposition parties in Kosovo, except Alliance for Future of Kosovo (AAK), criticized the agreement reached between Kosovo and Serbia yesterday. Vjosa Osmani from Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) expressed concern over the real text content of the agreement saying the current version is “mysterious”. “I hope this is not the agreement because it does not include the disbanding of parallel structures and embodies executive competencies for association of municipalities with Serb majority,” she said.
Vetëvendosje also opposed the agreement. Deputy leader Shpend Ahmeti said they are concerned with its content. “We knew the epilogue will not be good but it turned out to be even worse than we anticipated because not even the minimum of interests has been met”, he said. Ahmeti warned that the implementation of the agreement will create a new Bosnia in Kosovo split along ethnic lines.
Meanwhile, Alliance for Future of Kosovo (AAK) has come out in support of the Kosovo-Serbia agreement. The party said it hoped the agreement will create a possibility for establishing rule of law in the north as well as stretching of Kosovo’s legal authority there.