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The modalities of the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue are discussed at New York. President Atifete Jahjaga isn’t legally married with Astrit Kuci.
EU’s High Representative for Foreign Policy and Security Issues Catherine Ashton has met with Kosovo leaders on Monday, while on Thursday she is expected to see Serbia’s leaders. “Some can say that the dialogue has started. The regular meetings of the Baroness with both parties, is a dialogue,” a source told the paper claiming that through such meeting Brussels is discussing the modalities of the forthcoming high level political talks.
The opposition Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK, claim to be under constant pressure from the government. Some officials of the party accuse the central government that through the last arrests at Pristina’s municipality, it is trying to persuade the party to withdraw its request for the resignation of President Atifete Jahjaga.
Kosovo’s President Atifete Jahjaga is not legally married with Astrit Kuci. As such he is not entitled of using the privileges and competencies as described by the law for “The first man”. Besides, the man which shares the house with the president owns a diplomatic passport and takes part in important meetings that the Head of State has abroad. Kuci has even accompanied President Jahjaga at New York.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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