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Kosovo’s prime minister wants to campaign for the SP

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Albin Kurti has been Prime Minister of Kosovo since 2021.


Leah HartmannEditor Politics

Kosovo’s Prime Minister Albin Kurti (47) is like most high-ranking WEF participants: his agenda is jam-packed. Before he rushes to a meeting with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin (37) on Tuesday afternoon, Blick meets him for an interview at the congress center. Shortly beforehand, his spokesman made the condition clear: just one question about Serbia, please. The prime minister would rather talk about Kosovo’s relations with Switzerland. In the end, agreement was reached on a few Serbian issues – because of course that is what is of interest in view of the latest developments in Kosovo.

Blick: Mr. Kurti, has the danger of an escalation in northern Kosovo been averted?
Albin Kurti:
At the moment the situation is calm, our police are present. And I recently launched a public call for all Serbs in Kosovo to apply for jobs in the public service, for example in the police force. This comes after Serb officials resigned amid tensions in northern Kosovo. It is not my intention to replace Serbs in the authorities with Albanians! I want Serbs in these positions.

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