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Request to introduce sanctions received for Serbia: Kosovo parliament's decision under way Telegraph

A group of 13 MPs submitted a request to the Assembly of the Kosovo Assembly

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After the extraordinary session of the Assembly of Kosovo on the failure of foreign policy and the withdrawal of recognition was postponed last week until the end of the Interpol General Assembly for membership of Kosovo in this international organization, the Presidency of this Assembly reconstructed the meeting on Thursday, November 22 , reports Kosev.

At the same time, a group of 13 lawmakers submitted to the Presidency a request for a parliamentary session to discuss the introduction of economic and political sanctions as a measure of reciprocity for Serbia's "aggressive" behavior.

The extraordinary session of the Assembly of Kosovo on the results of foreign policy, which began on November 16, but due to the absence of prime minister and foreign minister, will resume on Thursday, November 22, decided by the Kosovo Parliamentary Assembly. The regular plenary session will continue on the day after an extraordinary session or on Friday.

After this session, a new session was announced to discuss and adopt laws that are directly related to the agenda of European reforms in Kosovo and which, according to Parliament Speaker Kadri Veselija, "are directly related to the visa liberalization process for citizens of Kosovo ".

This session, which was scheduled last week at the request of Prime Minister Haradinaj, was postponed due to the disapproval of the opposition that the Prime Minister has no right to convene the sessions of the Parliament.

Meanwhile, a group of lawmakers filed a request for scheduling another extraordinary session, this time for the introduction of economic and political sanctions, Begad.

Independent MP Kosor Sejdiu told Facebook that the parliamentary debate was requested by the President of the Assembly of Kosovo, because Serbia "has recently intensified aggression in Kosovo and should therefore receive a sharp reaction."

The right of Kosovo to defend itself against direct aggression by Serbia exceeds any international obligation of Kosovo that we have undertaken through bilateral or multilateral agreements – he wrote Sejdiu on Facebook.


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