Director of the Office of Community Affairs Ivan Tomić and Commissioner for Languages Slaviša Mladenović yesterday have informed the representatives of UNMIK about the poor implementation of the law, security and economic development, which are still major problems in Kosovo.
Presenting the report on the work, the director of the Office of Community Affairs Ivan Tomić says that as much as they would like to present positive changes that happened in the past, they are overshadowed by all laws and regulations that to date have not been implemented in practice.
On the occasion of a meeting with UNMIK, Tomić in a statement further states that the rule of law, tolerance, security and economic development remained the major problem of this society. He notes that only the truth about it can initiate further changes and that his office will continue to work more on it until is realized a dignified quality of life in a free and democratic world.
He points out that such problems can only be solved jointly and with the support of the international community.
Language Commissioner Slaviša Mladenović informed the representatives of UNMIK about the current situation in the field of implementation of the Law on Use of Languages. On that occasion, he pointed to numerous instances of violations of the laws and necessary comprehensive action for the purpose of eradication of bad practices.
Head of community support in UNMIK Leonid Markaryan said that the information would be presented in the report to the Security Council for the next quarter, reported the Information Service of the Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo.