The Minister of Infrastructure, Liburn Aliu, the Minister of Education, Arbërie Nagavci, the Minister of Finance, Hekuran Murati, and the Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Hajrulla Çeku, were denied by Serbia the request to visit Medvedja, Bujanovac and Presevo.
The news was confirmed by the Minister of Infrastructure, Liburn Aliu through a post on "Facebook", saying that this refusal was made without any reason.
"From Serbia, our request for a visit to Medvedja, Bujanovac and Presevo at the moment before departure is rejected without any reason. Starting today, together with the ministers, Arbërie Nagavci, Hekuran Murati and Hajrullah Çeku, we planned to start the two-day visit to Medvedja, Bujanovac and Presevo. "Our visit by the authorities in Belgrade was rejected, without any justification shortly before the departure of our delegation", wrote Aliu.
Ali further reminded that in accordance with the procedures and the agreement in Brussels, they made a regular request on November 24, presenting the agenda of the visit. "The refusal was made to us today at 07:13. "In the negative response received through our liaison office in Belgrade, there is no reason for the refusal," he said.
The agenda of the planned activity included a visit, on 27 and 28 November, to the three Albanian-populated municipalities and meetings with mayors, representatives in parliament, at the local level and with the heads of political entities.
The Minister said that the rejection of the request is an open obstacle to help discriminated Albanian citizens in Presevo, Medvedja and Bujanovac.21Media