QUINT demand implementation of decision for Decan Monastery
The heads of missions of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America, through a press statement, have reacted to the non-implementation of the decision of the Constitutional Court for the ownership of the Monastery of Deçan.
“In May 2016, the Kosovo Constitutional Court confirmed the Decani Monastery’s ownership of several hectares of land. Despite this lawful decision and subsequent petitions, the Court’s decision has not yet been implemented.
Enforcing the rule of law and respecting judicial independence are obligations for all democratically elected governments. They are also necessary preconditions for Kosovo’s democratic consolidation and its integration into European and Euro-Atlantic institutions,” the communiqué notes.
The Heads of missions of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States are united in support of Kosovo’s democratic and European future.
“Therefore, we reiterate our call to the Government of Kosovo to proceed without further delay in fully implementing the lawful registration of the Decani Monastery’s land in line with the Constitutional Court decision,” the document reads.