Clashes in the North, Kurti for the BBC: We can remove the police if the gangs return to Serbia
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, spoke on the morning program in the English media "BBC" about the situation in the north of the country. He raised the question saying that if it is not the elected mayors, then who else should be in those buildings.
"If these buildings are not for the mayors, they should serve then. The presidents are in their offices, and this is how it should be and stay", said Kurti for "BBC".
Regarding the request for the removal of the Kosovo Police from the municipal buildings, he said that this point can be reviewed, but initially requested that the violent gangs return to Serbia or go to prison.
"We can review the removal of the Kosovo Police from these buildings, but first the violent criminal gangs that have attacked and injured journalists, our police and NATO soldiers, must return to Serbia or to prison," he said . When you.
Kurti added that he cannot make compromises for the democratic Republic of Kosovo.
"He cannot make compromises for the democratic Republic, being the prime minister of the most democratic country in the Western Balkans, with the most professional police which is oriented towards the West", he said.
Asked about the possibility of holding new early elections, Kurti said that he is ready to listen to proposals for early elections, but only after the rule of law is established in the country.
Regarding the situation in the north, and the harsh statements from the USA and the EU, Kurti emphasized that the United States and the European Union are indisputable allies of Kosovo.
"We consider the USA, the EU, Great Britain, indisputable allies and friends, and we are very grateful to them for our freedom and independence and for the development of democracy. However, we cannot hand over our Republic to the fascist police, which is paid by the autocrats in Belgrade, who was once Milosevic's minister of propaganda", says Kurti.