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Kurti cut: The mono-ethnic association in Kosovo, impossible
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has declared that there will be no single-ethnic association in Kosovo.
Kurti said that if Serbia wants such a thing, it should first try it at home.
"Uni-ethnic association in Kosovo with a multi-ethnic Constitution is not possible. The national minorities in Serbia are almost 20 percent, the national minorities in Kosovo are about 7 percent, so the Association of municipalities with Serbian majority in Kosovo, Presheva, Medvegja and Bujanoci to have only the National Council there, is unfair, harmful and unacceptable" , said Kurti.
The Prime Minister expressed his openness to discussions on the basis of the European proposal, stressing that the Constitution must be respected above all.