Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, has arrived in Kosovo and his visit to Pristina is seen as the last chance to find a solution to the disputed Agreement on border demarcation between the two countries. At least this is the expectation of Kosovo politicians.
Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister, Fatmir Limaj, has received Montenegro PM Dusko markovic at the International Airport of Pristina. Limaj has recently launched a proposal for solving the demarcation issue with Montenegro, implying that Kosovo will suggest Montenegro authorities to revise the border deal if new evidence emerge that the border deal was not negotiated properly. Kosovo ruling and opposition parties are stating that Kosovo loses more than 8000 hectares of land under current Agreement signed in 2015, which has been already ratified by the Montenegro parliament.
Markovic in his earlier statements said that the Agreement on border demarcation with Kosovo is a done deal and will not be renegotiated. However Limaj during an interview with TV Dukagjini on Tuesday said that he is optimistic a new solution will be found. Markovic will stay in Kosovo for two days when he will meet senior state offiicals, including his counterpart Ramush Haradinaj. Following the meeting the two prime ministers will jointly address media in a press conference. /Express