LVV MPs: Zajednica does not pass

MPs of the Vetevendosje Movement (LVV) have reacted regarding the positions of the U.S. State Department adviser, Derek Chollet, and the U.S. special envoy for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar, about the Association of Serb-majority municipalities.

MP Artan Abrashi wrote through a post on Facebook that “Zajednica does not pass”.

“I don’t know what Vucic and Brnabic have promised Chollet and Escobar, but: Zajednica does not pass,” he wrote.

Meanwhile, the MP of the LVV, Tinka Kurti, said that the Association of municipalities with a Serb majority weakens the municipalities with a Serbian majority and strengthens Serbia.

“The next president of the Association will have the amen from Vucic and Porfirije in Belgrade, will dominate the mayors of the 10 municipalities with a Serb majority in Kosovo, and will fight the minister Nenad Rashic in Pristina,” she said.

LVV’s MP, Dimal Basha, writes that “Kosovo has the Association of its municipalities, where the Chairman is the mayor of the municipality of Ferizaj, Agim Aliu. I am convinced that there is also a place for municipalities with a Serbian majority to join this Association!

If we think of co-existence in one Republic, then we also co-exist with an Association. Otherwise, the division of municipalities into different parallel associations on ethnic grounds is a prelude to the division of Kosovo.”

LVV MP Enver Dugolli wrote that “All the pressure for “Zajednica” is being done because Serbs do not want to be a minority anywhere. This originates from the “Serbian World” project, which is a new name in the 21st century for the “Greater Serbia” project from the 20th century. Consequently, Albanians will become a minority within ‘Zajednica’, a minority in their state of Kosovo! Bosniaks in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegrins in Montenegro have already become minorities in their own countries!

Senior LVV official and mayor of Gjilan, Alban Hyseni, wrote that “First it was decentralization on an ethnic basis. Expanded responsibilities for Serb-majority municipalities from the Ahtisaari Plan followed. Then came the Brussels agreements that added responsibilities in the judiciary, energy, and others. It is now insisting on a single-ethnic association and a territorial dimension. Serbia will not stop, if the Association is founded, the next request will be the Republika Srpska.”