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No-confidence motion to be put to vote on Wednesday (Koha)
Kuci: PDK’s decisions following discussions with LDK (Kosovapress)
Mustafa pledges to submit demarcation deal to Assembly on Monday (Koha)
LDK confident of having enough votes for border agreement (Kosovapress)
Kosovo FM Hoxhaj meets Greek counterpart Kotzias in Athens (Klan Kosova)

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Headlines-06.05.2017 

  • No-confidence motion to be put to vote on Wednesday (Koha)
  • Kuci: PDK’s decisions following discussions with LDK (Kosovapress)
  • Mustafa pledges to submit demarcation deal to Assembly on Monday (Koha)
  • LDK confident of having enough votes for border agreement (Kosovapress)
  • Kosovo FM Hoxhaj meets Greek counterpart Kotzias in Athens (Klan Kosova)

Kosovo Media Highlights 

No-confidence motion to be put to vote on Wednesday (Koha)

Opposition’s motion of no confidence against the government of Kosovo has been put on the Assembly’s agenda for Wednesday. The decision to call a session on Wednesday was taken at the meeting of the Assembly presidency yesterday soon after the three opposition parties formally submitted the motion. Kosovo Assembly President, Kadri Veseli, said after the meeting of the presidency that the opposition cannot determine the fate of the ruling coalition but added that situation in Kosovo is not ‘satisfactory.’ The no-confidence motion has been signed by 42 MPs but it will need at least 61 votes in favour to pass.

Kuci: PDK’s decisions following discussions with LDK (Kosovapress)

Deputy leader of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), Hajredin Kuci, said after the meeting of the party leadership that they would not take any decisions on the fate of the government without discussing the issue first with the coalition partner, the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK).  Kuci stressed that PDK will always put the interests of Kosovo and its people first. “We expect to discuss with coalition partners, see the real situation without ignoring the facts and then take the best possible decisions but not ruling out any option,” Kuci said.

Mustafa pledges to submit demarcation deal to Assembly on Monday (Koha)

The U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, Hoyt Yee, had a telephone conversation yesterday with Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa, from whom he received assurances that the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro will be submitted to the Assembly for ratification on Monday.

LDK confident of having enough votes for border agreement (Kosovapress)

Head of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) parliamentary group, Ismet Beqiri, said he was convinced that all the party’s MPs would support ratification of the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro come Monday when the deal is expected to be put to vote. Beqiri denied the possibility of the decision to submit the agreement on Monday is in any way related to the opposition’s no-confidence motion which will be discussed on Wednesday. 

Kosovo FM Hoxhaj meets Greek counterpart Kotzias in Athens (Klan Kosova)

Kosovo’s Foreign Minister, Enver Hoxhaj, met in Athens the Greek Foreign Minister, Nikos Kotzias, and discussed strengthening of bilateral relations. “We also discussed Kosovo’s membership in international organisations and the support Greece can provide. Our relations are excellent and what lacks is only the decision to recognize Kosovo as an independent country but this is a decision of a sovereign country that will happen at a certain period of time,” Hoxhaj said.

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