Hoti repeats he expects mutual recognition from dialogue, Djuric: That's misleading the public
"No matter how many times he repeats that lie, I will deny it," said the director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, reacting to allegations of the prime minister of the provisional institutions in Pristina
Prime Minister of the Provisional Institutions of Pristina Avdulah Hoti reiterated on Wednesday that he expects the dialogue with Belgrade to end in mutual recognition and a legally binding agreement.
The director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Marko Djuric, reacted to his statement, rejecting such claims and saying that Hoti was misleading the domestic and world public again.
Hoti told this to ambassadors of EU states in Pristina during a video conference, and added that he informed them about the dialogue process, his office announced.
During the meeting, he said that the liberalization of the visa regime will open a real opportunity for citizens and companies in so-called Kosovo and create new opportunities for economic development.
In a statement, Djuric stated that Hoti was once again deceiving the domestic and world public by anticipating "mutual recognition" between Serbia and self-proclaimed Kosovo.
"No matter how many times he repeats that lie, I will deny it," said Djuric.
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