Senior members of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) said in their meeting with a joint French-German delegation today that they will prevent the revoking of the special court. LDK officials said their party will never be part of immature actions. A press release issued by the LDK noted: “LDK parliamentary group chief, Abdullah Hoti, together with MPs Armend Zemaj and Lumir Abdixhiku, met today with a delegation consisting of the Special Envoy for South-Eastern Europe, Turkey and the EFTA States of the German Federal Foreign Office, Christian Hellbach, and the Head of the Western Balkans Department of the French Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs, Thomas Bertin, and German and French ambassadors, Christian Heldt and Didier Chambert. The meeting focused on the political situation in Kosovo, with special emphasis on the initiative to revoke the Law on the Specialist Chambers and the Office of the Specialist Prosecutor. Mr. Hoti said the tendency to revoke the law damages Kosovo’s international subjectivity and its path toward Euro-Atlantic structures. He also assured the envoys that the Democratic League of Kosovo views as crucial for the country to safeguard relations and friendship with Germany and France and other EU countries, the U.S., NATO and other friendly countries. Therefore, the Democratic League of Kosovo will in no case be part of immature actions and will not allow the fate of the people and the country to enter an unclear path”.