Thursday, November 03, 2005

Four Prime Ministers to meet in Pristina (Koha Ditore)

Koha Ditore reports that after two weeks of preparations, the Prime Ministers of Albania, FYROM and Montenegro have confirmed their participation in a meeting hosted by Kosovo Prime Minister Bajram Kosumi in Pristina on Saturday. The meeting will focus on further steps toward Euro-Atlantic integrations.

Citing sources in the Kosovo Government, Koha Ditore says that Albanian PM Berisha and FYROM PM Buckovski have officially confirmed their participation, while the Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic still hasn’t done so due to protocol procedures. A member of Djukanovic’s cabinet told the paper that they have received the invitation and will make an announcement on Djukanovic’s participation one day before the meeting.

The same sources told Koha Ditore that PM Kosumi’s plan is to turn the informal meeting into a series of regular meetings that will be held in the future at this level.


Prince of Albania said...

If that's not recognition of statehood, I don't know what is!
Four Prime Ministers are meeting to discuss regional stability and development. They are working together on Euro Integration! Four Prime Ministers of Four INDEPENDENT States!
Where is Serbia?
Let’s lay this to rest. Let’s end it already!

Kosovar2006 said...

They must Have read your comment Prince of Albania. Latest news is that they are not meeting because Serbia and Monetenegro have pulled out..
I think because of the reason you gave

craigpenn said...

That's funny. Macedonia and Montenegro didn't show up. Looks like two Albanian regions have to meet all alone. LOL