Koha Ditore reports that the behaviour of the members of the Negotiations Team during their last meeting is in disproportion with the will of the people.
The paper reports that the political spectrum in Kosovo and the people have shown obvious concern over some deep disagreements among members of the Negotiation Team that were made public.
Muhamet Hamiti, spokesperson of the President, calls for more seriousness from the members of the team.
PDK Secretary General Jakup Krasniqi said he did not want to comment on statements by coordinator Shala.
AAK spokesperson Ernest Luma said that that ‘jeopardizing unity is a responsibility of the members of the team and it is not in compliance with the will of the people of Kosovo.
Ylli Hoxha from ORA has said that for the sake of the political moment, members of the Negotiations Team should demonstrate a higher level of responsibility. Koha reports that other smaller parties are not surprised at all. While some people even suggest creating other groups.
ORA leader, Veton Surroi, confirmed in an interview for RTK last night that the process is at risk and that everything depends on the next session of the Negotiations Team. Koha carries the transcript of the interview. Surroi said that the political conflicts should remain in the Assembly of Kosovo and not pass on within the Negotiations Team, as it should deal with the negotiations. Surroi confirmed that during the meeting were pronounced the worst insults he has heard in the last 16 years of his political life.
Surroi also said that the proposals that Daci presented during the meeting of the team as representing the stance of the Parliament are actually his personal stance.
All dailies cover the meeting of the chief of the US Office in Pristina, Philip Goldberg with parliamentary speaker Nexhat Daci and his call for ‘unity’.
Zëri writes that Goldberg has warned about the high price that disagreements within the Negotiations Team could have.
Epoka e Re writes that Goldberg intervenes at Daci and reports that as usual the internationals are making pressure to bring Kosovo Albanian leaders together. The paper reports in another article that Prime Minister Kosumi has admitted there are delays in the ‘team of unity’ and that he opposes Rugova’s idea for the Negotiations Group. Kosumi says that all the working groups [on status] should be institutional. This stance by Kosumi is in contradiction to Rugova’s stance to give a share to the opposition regarding the status of Kosovo.