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Joint Board for the Rule of Law is held

March 7, 2013


Pristine, 7 March 2013 – Today is held the next meeting of the Joint Board for the Rule of Law. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Hajredin Kuçi, Deputy Prime Minister, also Minister of Justice, and Mr. Bernd Borchardt Head of EULEX in Kosovo and Mr. Samuel Žbogar, Head of the European Union in Kosovo.

The meeting was attended by Minister of European Integration, Vlora Çitaku, Minister of Internal Affairs, Bajram Rexhepi and senior officials of EULEX and the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo. Topic of discussion was the implementation of the Compact.

Minister Çitaku presented the implementation of short-term criteria for starting of negotiations for Stabilization Association whereby participants were informed that the report has been completed and is now followed in Brussels to the Commissioner Fuele. Also, Minister Çitaku focused in short-criteria related to the rule of law, and noted that “all short-term criteria are achieved and that Kosovo is now awaiting the opening of negotiations regarding the Stabilization Association Agreement.”

Among other things, Minister Çitaku also commented on compact accompanying mechanism. This monitoring mechanism is more than welcome as it is related to the criteria for visa liberalization and feasibility study. Also in the meeting was stressed out the importance of partnership in developing this accompanying mechanism as well as the need for close cooperation in the implementation, monitoring and reporting.

Head of EULEX Mr. Borchard, agreed that this spirit in which all relevant stakeholders have to cooperate and that this is the way ahead.

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