LVV against the establishment of an association on ethnic grounds

The Vetevendosje Movement (LVV) is against the establishment of an association and any other agreement on ethnic grounds.

This is what the representatives of this party, Alim Rama and Hajrulla Ceku, stated during a meeting they held with the director of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) for Kosovo and North Macedonia, René Schlee.

“The Republic of Kosovo has one of the best systems in the world for the protection of the rights of non-majority communities, within the legal-constitutional frameworks,” LVV representatives said.

According to the press release issued by this party, the largest in Kosovo, it is said that the cooperation between the Vetevendosje Movement and the Social Democratic Party of Germany will be one of the main objectives this year, within the framework of increasing coordination with the Social Democratic family in EU and the world.

According to the same announcement, the meeting agreed on coordination and cooperation for the year 2023, with special emphasis on strengthening organizational capacities, public policy, and local governance. Likewise, the largest Kosovar party has invited the FES to conduct a comparative study on the respect of the rights of communities in Kosovo and other countries, including Serbia.