What are the attitudes of Serbian citizens and the opposition regarding the dialogue? Who represents the interests of the Serb community in this dialogue, Prishtina or Belgrade? Is there a possibility to find a solution to the problems of the citizens of both these countries through this dialogue?
To discuss these and other issues related to the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Jeta Xharra has invited the following panelists:
Edita Tahiri, Kosovo’s deputy prime minister and head of the Prishtina dialogue team;
Augustin Palokaj, Brussels correspondent from the daily newspaper Koha Ditore;
Natasha Kandic, from the Regional Commission for establishing and disclosing the facts about war crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia, RECOM;
Slobodan Petrovic, Kosovo’s deputy prime minister.
After the debate, BIRN broadcasts a report by journalist Muhamet Hajrullahu, which reveals how the European Commission Liaison Office was disappointed with the municipality of Prizren, since the latter has not respected the agreement for the construction of a sports’ fields.
Whereas, in the health sector, journalist Alban Selimi presents a report, which shows that institutions are not undertaking appropriate measures to avoid the problem of ticks that residents of the Malisheva region face.
At the end of the show, journalist Edona Musa reveals the problem of residents of villages in Lipjan, who do not have a sewage system.