A meeting on the implementation of Cadastral Records Agreement
Brussels, 27 May 2016
On 27 May 2016, Kosovo delegation led by Minister for Dialogue, Edita Tahiri, held two meetings in Brussels.
The first meeting was held with representatives of the EU, on which occasion they discussed the situation on the implementation of the Brussels agreements, and the second meeting was a trilateral one, and was focused on the implementation of the agreement on cadastral records.
During the bilateral meeting with the European Union, Minister Tahiri asked from the EU to increase their efforts in order to ensure the implementation of the agreements on telecom and energy, by Serbian party.
Minister Tahiri on behalf of the Government of Kosovo said that “without its own telephone code and without KOSTT’s independence, Kosovo will not begin the implementation of the ASM agreement”.
Minister Tahiri once again stated that “this association will be formed only on the basis of the laws of Kosovo, the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo and the decision of the Constitutional Court, and will not have any executive powers as confirmed by the High Representative of the EU in her speech on 5 May 2016”.
In the afternoon, the delegation of Kosovo participated at the new round of dialogue on the implementation of the agreement on cadastral records, which ended with no result.
The delegation of the Republic of Kosovo on the issue of cadastral records was headed by Minister Tahiri and composed of: Gazmir Raci, adviser and political coordinator for cadaster; Besim Kajtazi, director of Legal Office in the Office of the Prime Minister; Florije Kika, Acting Deputy/Director Kosovo Property Agency; Elona Cecelia, political advisor of Ms. Tahiri; and Haxhi Bajraktari from the Embassy of Kosovo in Brussels.