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PDK issues statement expressing concern over lack of institutional cooperation (RTK)

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RTK is carrying the full statement issued by the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) stating that it is concerned of the lack of institutional cooperation and interaction on issues of state interest. “The Democratic Party of Kosovo considers such a practice is damaging partnership with United States of America and Kosovo’s international standing,” the statement reads. PDK said unilateral political protagonist approach is plunging Kosovo into a crisis at a time when it needs national unity. “Personal viewpoints are legitimate but the official position and decision making for the country should be stately, at all times. The Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo is the highest state institution and no decision is valid without the endorsement of its deputies. The Democratic Party of Kosovo calls for an end to statements on border correction. The Democratic Party of Kosovo calls for an end to statements about an International Conference on Kosovo. This idea constitutes a real threat to the reopening of the final status of Kosovo, definitely resolved through the declaration of independence of Kosovo on 17 February 2008 and the danger of Russia’s involvement in the process. Kosovo goes to Dialogue only to fully normalise relations with Serbia, mutual recognition, UN seat and acceleration of membership to EU and NATO.” PDK further called on opposition parties to take on their responsibilities towards Kosovo: “The Democratic League of Kosovo should end use of its officials’ denigrating language and avoiding of state responsibility while Vetevendosje Movement should distance itself from the anti-state discourse and recognise the state of Kosovo.” “The position of the Democratic Party of Kosoov is clear and firm: Kosovo is an independent and sovereign country and any decision should derive and be legitimized by the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo,” PDK said concluding that any agreement reached between Kosovo and Serbia should be legitimized by the direct will of the people of Kosovo through a referendum.

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