Taci: No secret talks between Belgrade and Pristina

Kosovo Albanian PM Hashim Thaci rejected the allegations by an opposition party that Priština and Belgrade were holding secret negotiations. He said that “Kosovo is focused on future developments in the United Nations General Assembly” after the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Evaluating as “ridiculous” the allegations of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) about secret negotiations with Belgrade, Thaci said that “there will be good news from the UN where several resolutions on Kosovo will be presented next week”. AAK’s Ardijan Djini said earlier at a news conference in Priština that “the Kosovo government has started secret talks with Belgrade.” “We have credible information that confirms that secret talks are being held between the Kosovo and Serbian government officials,” said Djini.

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