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Peoples’ Party official: Opposition to comment on Kosovo report from Assembly hall (Danas)

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Serbian opposition MPs who are boycotting the work of the Serbian Parliament will not take part in a discussion at the special session on Kosovo and Metohija, scheduled to take place on May 27, because there are no conditions for dialogue, Peoples’ Party (NS) MP Miroslav Aleksic said, Danas daily reported.

He added, the opposition MPs would in details comment on the report on the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and provide their suggestions. Aleksic also said, the opposition would most probably present their stances during the session from the hall of the parliament.

He said MPs received the report on Kosovo, noting it indicates unserious approach of the Serbian Government in the negotiations with Pristina.

“One could notice from the report, that during the seven years of the Brussels dialogue, decisions that go to the detriment of Serbia and in the favour of the Albanian side were made. The report does not provide what has been agreed until now, what is the plan for the future and what is Serbia’s position today. That would be a session aiming to blame somebody else for the situation in Kosovo and Metohija,” Aleksic stressed.

Earlier today, deputy leader of Peoples’ Party Sanda Raskovic-Ivic wrote on Twitter that the report on Kosovo submitted to the Serbian Assembly MPs is in fact the report on the work of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, with photos of sheep, cows, reconstructed objects, gynecological medical equipment provided.

“This is not the report about the negotiations Aleksandar Vucic was conducting, and there is no platform yet. Deception again!” Raskovic-Ivic wrote on Twitter.

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