Vetevendosje’s candidate for prime minister, Albin Kurti, said in an interview with KTV that if elected he would not continue talks with Serbia in the same way as in the past and that he would work on establishing direct talks with Kosovo Serbs. “We would not stop dialogue with Serbia but our government would have certain conditions to its resumption. Serbia would have to agree to the principle of reciprocity with Kosovo. I believe we wound find many friends that would support our stance towards Serbia,” Kurti said. He added that if Vetevendosje won June elections, he as prime minister would continue partnership with EU and in particular with Germany and the US. “We do not put under risk the interests of our economic and strategic allies,” he noted. As for the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro, Kurti said that the Kosovo side did not negotiate properly with the Montenegrin government and talks with Podgorica on the issue will be possible.