Vjosa Osmani: Pristina will not allow formation of Community of Serb Municipalities
"We will not change the constitution or allow the unification of cities to create a monoethnic power structure in our country," the president of the Provisional Institutions of Pristina is categorical
The president of the provisional Pristina institutions, Vjosa Osmani, said that Pristina would not allow the formation of the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO), because, as she said, it would be "only a preliminary phase for Serbia to establish another Serb Republic."
She told the German newspaper Zuddeutsche Zeitung that Pristina does not want "another dysfunctional state, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina," Tanjug is reporting.
She recalled that at the end of 2015, the Constitutional Court in Pristina determined that the formation of the ZSO was unconstitutional and ruled out the possibility of changing the so-called constitution of Kosovo, as announced by the European Union, and at the beginning of July also by US diplomat Matthew Palmer.
"We will not change the constitution or allow the unification of cities to create a monoethnic power structure in our country. That is not in our interest, nor in the interest of the region or our allies," said Osmani, according to Gazeta Express.
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