Inter-ministerial Commission for Return and Community Affairs was established yesterday, following the proposal of the Kosovo Minister for Return and Communities, Dalibor Jevtic, KIM Radio reported.
By this decision two inter-ministerial commissions from the previous government were united, aiming to unite actions of the ministries in resolving the issues affecting the return process and the situation of non-majority communities in Kosovo.
Minister Jevtic also underlined the importance of involvement of all relevant institutions, which can help solving the problems related to return process and better position of non-majority communities.
The Commission would also provide recommendations that would be mandatory for all the institutions, based on the existing documents and reports, Jevtic said.
In addition to Jevtic, who will chair the commission, it would also include the ministers of justice, internal affairs, administration and local self-governance, spatial planning, public administration, agriculture, labour and social welfare as well as regional development, KIM Radio further reported.
According to Jevtic, the Commission would also deal with usurped properties as it is the major problem affecting returnees. The first meeting is scheduled to take place in January next year, and decision to establish the commission was made unanimously.